Publications

Books

BOOK: How Technical Academic Writing Works. February 2012.
2nd edition September 2014.

BOOK: How Academic Writing Works. February 2008.
Kochi University of Technology Press.

BOOK: Thinking in English. November 2007
Cengage.

BOOK: Say What You Mean. April 2007
Kochi University of Technology Press.

BOOK: Thinking in English 2nd edition. April 2005
Kochi University of Technology Press.

BOOK: Thinking in English April 2004
Kochi University of Technology Press.

BOOK: Critical Thinking: Language Skills for Clear Communication.
With David Greene. April 2001 Tokyo: Asahi Press.
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Translations
Translation: Principles of Corporate Growth by Haruo Uehara.

Translation: Kyoko Sawada and Lawrence Hunter
Sunflare Publications, 2005. Original: Seichou no genri.

Supervised translation: Pawaa frezu no eigo ryoku.

Translation: Kyoko Sawada. Translation supervisor: Lawrie Hunter.
Shogakkan Productions, 2004. Original: Power Phrases by Meryl Runion

Supervised translation: Eibun retaa comyunikeshon.
Translation: Kyoko Sawada. Translation supervisor: Lawrie Hunter.
Shogakkan Productions, 2004. Original: How to Say It by Rosalie Maggio.

Papers

Speech to text and back: New voice tools for CALL
The Language Teacher 31(10) November 2007Orchestrating PowerPoint
The Language Teacher 31(1) January 2007.

Critical form as everyday practice.
An interview with Ellen Lupton.
Information design journal 14(2). (2006)

Mental modelling in the creation of user profiles.
An interview with Rashmi Sinha.
Information design journal 14(1) 33-100. (2006)

No reason not to link: the future lies on the screen.
An interview with Mark Bernstein 231-239.
Information design journal + document design 13(3) . (2005)

Thinking in English: task support with graphics and varied processing.
Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Task-Based Language Teaching.
http://www.tblt.org/publication_proceedings.htm

Terminal signage: Buildings don’t speak for themselves.
An interview with Paul Mijksenaar.
Information design journal + document design 13(2): 100-108. (2005)

Life in the image world: Towards a more critical practice in graphic design
An interview with Rick Poynor.
Information design journal + document design 13(1): 60-66. (2005)

Using IT in the Language Classroom: A Practical Guide for
Teachers and Students (Review) (2005) The Language Teacher 29(1) pp. 32-33.

The 3rd World Water Forum: A virtual revolution in mega-conference design.
An interview with Kenzo Hiroki.
Document design + Information Design Journal 12(2) 2004

Local decisions, global effects” review
APACALL Newsletter (Series 4) 2004 pp. 27-31.
(Asian-Pacific Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning)
http://www.apacall.org/

Vitruvian notions: Usefulness, usability and delight.
An interview with Matt Jones.
Document design 4(3): 239-245. (2003)

“Designing the user interface”
An interview with Robert Graf.
Document design 4(1): 17-21 (2003)

“Local decisions, global effects” review
APACALL Newsletter (Series 4) pp. 27-31.
(Asian-Pacific Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning)
http://www.apacall.org/

The semiotics of CALL.
CALL Review
(UK IATEFL) (Summer 2003) ISSN: 1026-428. pp. 54-58.

CALL and the EFL shadowing of L1 content. (2003) In Local decisions, global effects.
Proceedings of JALTCALL 2002. Pp. 98-106. Nagoya: JALTCALL SIG of Japan
Association for Language Teaching.

Text usability for non-native readers of English. Ueta, R, Hunter, L. & Ren, X.
Proceedings, Information Processing Society of Japan, Vol. 2003.7. Pp. 199-200.

“The Changing Face of CALL: A Japanese Perspective” review
APACALL Newsletter (Series 2) pp. B4-B7.
(Asian-Pacific Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning)
http://www.apacall.org/

“Content design and task design of an online self-study ESP course”
CALL professionals and the future of CALL research, Proceedings C.A.L.L. 2002.
University of Antwerp Press ISBN 90-5728-033-7

“Document design skills for education”
Education and information technology
pp.100-106.
Proceedings of the international symposium on information technology and education,
Kochi, Japan, January 12-14, 2002. KUT Press.

“Information structure diagrams as link icons”
Learning Technology
4(3) July 2002
(ISSN 1438-0625, a publication of IEEE Computer Society Learning Technology Task Force (LTTF))
http://lttf.ieee.org/learn_tech/issues/july2002/index.html#1

“A pattern language for communication.”
An interview with Robert Horn.
Document design
3(2) 2002 pp. 135-139.

“A Genre Based Approach to Critical Thinking”
Proceedings of Communication Association of Japan Annual Conference
February 2002.

“Rational CALL Planning: Learner and Task.” (2001)
CALL Review (November 2001). (UK IATEFL)

“Designing the future”

An interview with Mark Hanigan.
Document design 2(2): 172-179 (2001)

“CALL labs: Have they run their course?”
In Cameron, K. (ed.)(2001) CALL – the challenger of change,
proceedings of 10th Exeter CALL Conference (Exeter: Elm Bank publications)

“Document design: Complex evolution”
An interview with Karen Schriver.Mark Hanigan
Document design 2(1): 28-33 (2001)

“Scaffolded writing projects: text from the web”
C@lling Japan Fall 2000 9(2): 17-26.
(Japan Association for Language Teaching CALL SIG, http://jaltcall.org/)

“Clarity is still key”
An interview with Wim Pols.
Document design 1(3): 198-202 (2000)

“It’s in the picture”
An interview with Kazuo Terakado.
Document design 1(2): 86-89 (2000)

“ACCESS is everything”
An interview with Richard Saul Wurman.
Document design 1(1): 20-23 (1999)

“Signalling Structure in Hypertext: Support for the Non-native reader”
In Cameron, K. (ed.)(1999) CALL and the learning community,
proceedings of 9th Exeter CALL Conference pp. 181-194 (Exeter: Elm Bank publications)

“Idea, Design, Project: PAC2 Research”
(with J. Hoelker, J. Kahny, I. Nakamura, S. Nimmannit) (in press)

“Sources of Motivation in a CALL Scenario”
in Peterson, M. (ed.) (1998) New technology in the classroom
(proceedings of the 1998 Central Japan Language Education Workshop), pp. 40-53

“Text Nouveau: Visible Structure in Text Presentation”
Computer Assisted Language Learning, October 1998 Vol. 11 No. 4 pp. 363-380

Review: [CALL: Its Scope and Limits: A speech by Frank Berberich] (1996).
Internet ESL Journal June, 1996.

“Ad-libbing as a language learning objective”
JALT Language Teacher 19(1):4-7 January 1995

“Language tasks in the mathematics classroom.”
1994. Guidelines 16(1): 37-52 (RELC Singapore)

“Intercultural Communication as an extension of second language teaching”
1994. Kochi University Research Bulletin

“Acculturation in Intercultural Communication Acquisition”
1993. Kochi University Research Bulletin

“The Acculturation of Oral Language Learners and Instructors in EFL”
co-authored with D. Greene, 1993. JALT Language Teacher 17(11) : 9-16 November 1993

“Structured Hierarchies of Oral Task.” 1993.
Tokushima Bunri University Gazette

“Agenda Negotiation in Initial Tutoring Sessions” 1992.
Tokushima Bunri University Gazette

“The ESL Student in the Secondary Mathematics Classroom Language Issues.”
Pythagoras 24 (1990): 34-38.

The ESL Student in the Mathematics Classroom: Questions as a Mode of Access to Knowledge
1990. Unpublished M.A. thesis, University of British Columbia.

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