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副教授  
姓名:

張靜芬

聯絡電話: 52715
E-mail: cfchang@mail.nctu.edu.tw
學歷: 美國印第安那大學語言教育博士
研究領域: 電腦輔助語言教學與學習/第二語言寫作/學術論文寫作/質性研究
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 Journal Publications
  1. Chang, C. F. (2012). Fostering EFL college students’ register awareness: Writing online forum posts and traditional essays.International Journal  of Computer-Assisted Language Learning, 2(3), 17-34.
  2. Chang, C. F. (2012). Peer review via three modes in an EFL writing   course. Computers and Composition, 29(1), 63-78
  3. Liu, Y. W., & Chang, C. F. (2011). Blogging as mediated action in the development of two EFL teachers: An activity theory approach. The  Journal of Asian TEFL, 8(4), 25-59.
  4. Chang, C. F., & Kuo, C. H. (2011). A corpus-based approach to online materials development for writing research articles. English for    Specific  Purposes, 30(3), 222-234.(SSCI)
  5. Chang, C. F. (2011). Exploring genres and mediated actions in Taiwanese college students’ blog writing. The JALTCALL, 7(2), 139-152.
  6. Chang, C. F. (2009). Peer review through synchronous and asynchronous CMC modes: A case study in a Taiwanese college English writing course. The JALTCALL, 5(1), 45-64.
  7. Pawan, F., Paulus, T., Yalcin, S., & Chang, C. F. (2003). Teachers     online: Patterns of engagement and interaction. Language Learning and Technology, 7(3), 119-140. (SSCI)
 
 
 Conference Presentations
  1. Chang, C. F. (2012). The efficacy of a self-developed peer review online system: peer interaction, comment types, and student perceptions. Paper presented in the EUROCALL 2012 Conference, Götherburg, Sweden.
  2. Chang, C. F. (2012). Project-based writing in Facebook: Its effect on student writing and students’ perception. Paper presented in The 15th International CALL Research Conference. Providence University, Taichung, Taiwan.
  3. Chang, C. F. (2011). The efficacy of a teacher commentary system: Teachers’ and students’ perspectives. Paper presented at the EUROCALL 2011 Conference, Nottingham, United Kingdom.
  4. Chang, C. F. (2011). The activity approach to NES and NNES teacher commentary and their response to students’ expectation. Paper presented at the 2011 Symposium on Second Language Writing, Taipei, Taiwan.
  5. Yao, W. W., & Chang, C. F. (2011). Exploring community members" mediated actions in an English learning community on Facebook through the lens of activity theory. Paper was presented in the 28th International Conference on English Teaching and Learning in the R.O.C., Taichung, Taiwan. 
  6. Chang, C. F., Wu, S. W., Chin, T. C., Chen, P. J. (2010). English teachers’ mediated actions in non-credited English Teaching. Paper presented in 2010 Asian EFL Journal International Conference. Taichung, Taiwan. 
  7. Lin, Y. T., & Chang, C. F. (2010). Computer-assisted or resisted: A secondary English teacher’s beliefs and practices in technology integration. Paper presented in 2010 Asian EFL Journal International Conference. Taichung, Taiwan.
  8. Liu, Y. W., & Chang, C. F. (2010). Social dimensional aspects of blogging in EFL teacher development. Paper presented in 2010 Asian EFL Journal International Conference. Taichung, Taiwan.
  9. Chang, C. F. (2009). Exploring genres and mediated actions in EFL students’ blog writing. Paper presented in 2009 Symposium on Second Language Writing. Tempe, Arizona, U.S.A.
  10. Chang, C. F., Lin, Y. T., Lee, M. C., & Liu, Y. W. (2009). Beyond classroom: Exploring activity theory to informal English speaking sessions. Paper presented in the 26th International Conference on English Teaching and Learning in the R.O.C. Hsinchu, Taiwan.
  11. Chang, C. F. (2008). Peer revision via blended modes in college-level English writing. Paper presented in the 17th International Symposium and Book Fair on English Teaching. Taipei, Taiwan.
  12. Chang, C. F., & Chen, H. W. (2008). A case study of tutoring interaction via Instant Messenger. Paper presented in the 17th International Symposium and Book Fair on English Teaching. Taipei, Taiwan.
  13. Hsiao, Y. C., & Chang, C. F. (2008). Taiwanese college students’ perceptions of peer feedback via SCMC. Paper presented in 17th International Symposium and Book Fair on English Teaching. Taipei, Taiwan
  14. Chang, C. F. (2008). Writing through CMC modes: three case studies of integrating CMC in EFL writing courses. Paper presented in WorldCall 2008, Fukuoka, Japan. 
  15. Chen, P. J., Chang, C. F., & Wu, S. W. (2008). Tutoring Negotiation and Tutorial Effect: Case Studies of EFL Writers in Writing Center. Paper presented in the Asia TEFL 2008, Bali, Indonesia. 
  16. Chang, C. F. (2007). Peer revision via blended communication modes in Taiwanese college student writing. Paper presented in Symposium of Second Language Writing in Pacific Rim. Nagoya, Japan. 
  17. Chang, C. F., & Wang, H. Y. (2007). Sociocultural dimension of on-line interaction in an EFL writing course. Paper presented in Symposium of Second Language Writing in Pacific Rim. Nagoya, Japan.
  18. Yang, S. C., & Chang, C. F. (2006). Sociocultural approaches to EFL students’ writing process in a writing task. Proceedings of the 15th International Symposium on English Teaching, Taipei, Taiwan: Crane Publishing. 
  19. Chang, C. F. (2006). Writing for communication: A case study of EFL students’ critical thinking in Web-based forum discussion. Paper presented in EUROCALL 2006 Conference, Granada, Spain.
  20. Kuo, C. H, Chang, C. F., Lin, M. H., & Lin, B. H. (2006). A corpus-based approach to EAP materials development. Paper presented at EUROCALL 2006 Conference, Granada Spain.
  21. Chang, C. F. (2006). EFL students’ writing variation: between essay papers and electronic forum postings. Paper presented at American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL) 2006 Conference, Montreal, Canada.
  22. Liou, H. C., Chang, J. S. Kuo, C. H., Chen, H. J. & Chang, C. F. (2005). Web-based academic English course design and materials development. In Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on English Teaching, Taipei, Taiwan: Crane Publishing.
  23. Chang, C. F. (2004). English writing via CMC in EFL classroom. Paper presented at Paper presented at Thirteen International Symposium on English Teaching, Taipei, Taiwan. 
  24. Chang, C. F. (2004). Between face-to-face and cyberspace: Case studies of nonnative graduate students’ class participation in alternative discussion modes. Paper presented at American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2004 Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, USA.
     
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