Browsing by Author "Wu, Shaoqun"

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  • Bundle-driven move analysis: Sentence initial lexical bundles in PhD abstracts

    Li, Liang; Franken, Margaret; Wu, Shaoqun (Elsevier, 2020)
    Rhetorical moves are discoursal units that perform communicative functions in a given genre. They have been manually identified in many previous studies taking a corpus-based approach, and these studies have provided ...
  • Chinese postgraduates' explanation of the sources of sentence initial bundles in their thesis writing

    Li, Liang; Franken, Margaret; Wu, Shaoqun (2018)
    Lexical bundles, recurrent multiword combinations in a register, are extremely common and important discourse building blocks in academic writing. An increasing number of studies have investigated lexical bundles in academic ...
  • Content-Based Language Learning in a Digital Library

    Wu, Shaoqun; Witten, Ian H. (Springer, 2007)
    Digital libraries have untapped potential for supporting language teaching and learning. This paper describes a new scheme for automating topic-specific language learning using a specially built digital library. Three ...
  • Convergence of public participation, participatory design and NLP to co-develop circular economy

    Dyer, Mark; Wu, Shaoqun; Weng, Min-Hsien (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2021)
    The concept of a circular economy is at a crossroads. To date, it has been largely driven by top-down national or trans-national legislation such as EU Circular Economy Package or Chinese Circular Economy Promotion. Bottom-up ...
  • A digital library of language learning exercises

    Wu, Shaoqun; Witten, Ian H.; Edwards, Arthur; Nichols, David M.; Aquino, Raúl (Kassel University Press, 2007)
    Recent years have seen widespread adoption of the Internet for language teaching and learning. Interactive systems on the World-Wide Web provide useful alternatives to face-to-face tuition, and both teachers and learners ...

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