Publications

Books

White, C. (2003). Language learning in distance education. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. (258 Pp.)

Holmberg, B., Shelley, M. & White, C. (Eds). (2005). Distance education and languages: Evolution and change. Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Guest Editor of Special Issue of Refereed Journals

White, C. (Ed.) (2006) Language Teaching Research. Special Issue on Web-based and Online Language Teaching. 10 (2): 127-238. Published by Hodder Arnold.

Shelley, M. & White, C. (Eds.) (2003). Open Learning. The Journal of Open and Distance Learning. Special Issue on Language in Distance Education, 18 (1): 1-104.  Published by Taylor and Francis, Oxford, UK. Presents new research and empirical studies from the US, Canada, Thailand, Greece and the UK on language education at a distance.

Editor of Refereed Journals

White, C. (Ed.) (1995-2001). New Zealand Studies in Applied Linguistics, vols 1 - 7. Journal of the Applied Linguistics Association of New Zealand (ALANZ).

Articles in Refereed Journal

White, C. (2007). Focus on the language learner in an era of globalization: tensions, positions and practices in technology-mediated language teaching. Language Teaching, 40(4): 321-326

White, C. (2007). Innovation and identity in distance language learning and teaching. Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching, 1 (1):97-110.
http://www.multilingual-matters.net/illt/001/0097/illt0010097.pdf

White, C. (2006). State of the art review article: The distance learning of foreign languages. Language Teaching, 39 (4): 247-264.

Shelley, M., White, C., Baumann, U., & L. Muphy (2006).  "It's a unique role!" Perspectives on tutor attributes and expertise in distance language teaching. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 7 (2): 1-15.

Tan, B., Emerson, L., & C. White (2006). Reforming ESL writing instruction in tertiary education: the writing centre approach.  The English Teacher, 35: 1-14.

White, C. (2005).The contribution of distance education to the development of individual learners. Distance Education, 26 (2): 165-181.

Watts, N. & White, C. (2004). Perspectives on the cultural capital contribution of overseas-born students and staff in New Zealand tertiary institutions. New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 39 (2): 193-205.

Watts, N. & White, C. (2004). Facilitating the cultural contribution of immigrants: Wider responsibilities for ESOL teachers? TESOLANZ Journal: 12: 1-7.

White, C. & M. Shelley (Eds) (2003). Editorial. Open Learning: 18(1): 5-9.

Watts, N. & White, C. (2003). Making a difference: The language teacher and cultural capital, New Zealand Language Teacher, 29 (November): 30-32.

White, C., N. Watts & A. Trlin. (2002). New Zealand as an English language learning environment: Immigrant experiences, provider perspectives and social policy implications. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand 18: 148-162.

Watts, N., White, C. & Trlin, A. (2001). Immigrant and provider perceptions of ESOL learning environments. TESOLANZ Journal 9: 85-97.

White, C. & Watts, N. (2001). Pathways to language proficiency in the New Zealand context. New Zealand Language Teacher, 27: 26-30.

White, C., Easton, P. & Anderson, C. (2000). Students’ perceived value of video in a multimedia language course. Educational Media International: Journal of the International Council for Educational Media, 37(3): 167-175.

White, C. (2000). The use of multiple textual forms in distance learning. Journal of Distance Learning, 5(1): 18-26.

White, C. (1999). Expectations and emergent beliefs of self-instructed language learners. System: An International Journal of Educational Technology and Applied Linguistics, 27: 443-457.

White, C. (1999). The metacognitive knowledge of distance learners. Open Learning, 14(3): 37-47.

Newman, J. & White, C. (1999). A pilot study of language awareness at the New Zealand tertiary level. The New Zealand Language Teacher, 25: 41-53.

Franken, M. & White, C. (1999). Making sense of multiple texts and multiple techniques. English in Aotearoa, 38: 58-61.

Mak, B. & C. White. (1997). Communication apprehension among Chinese ESL students. Hong Kong Journal of Applied Linguistics, 2(1): 81-97.

White, C. (1997). Eliciting and analysing expectations of novice distance learners. Journal of Distance Learning, 3(1): 3-11.

White, C. (1997). Effects of mode of study on foreign language learning. Distance Education, 18 (1):178-196.

White, C. (1997). About time: perspectives on the language classroom. TESOLANZ Journal, 5: 57-62.

White, C. (1995). Autonomy and strategy use in distance foreign language learning: research findings. In Wenden, A. & L. Dickinson (eds) System: An International Journal of Educational Technology and Applied Linguistics. Special Issue on Autonomy, 23(2): 207-221.

White, C. (1995). Notetaking strategies and traces of cognition. RELC Journal, 27(1): 89-102.

White, C. (1995). Strategy choice and the target language: a comparative study of learners of French and Japanese. In Australian Review of Applied Linguistics. Special Issue. The Hard Work-Entertainment Continuum: Teaching Asian Languages in Australia, 12:169-182.

White, C. (1990). Integrated sequences in language learning. System: An International Journal of Educational Technology and Applied Linguistics, 18, (2): 239-244.

White, C. (1989). Negotiating communicative language teaching in a traditional setting. English Language Teaching Journal, 43(3): 213-221.

White, C. (1988). The role of associational patterns and semantic networks in vocabulary development. English Teaching Forum, 26 (4): 9-12.


Book Chapters

White, C., Schramm, K. & Chamot, A. (2007). Research methods in strategy research: re-examining the toolbox. In A. D. Cohen & E. Macaro (Eds). Language learner strategies: 30 years of research and practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. 93-116.

Cohen, A. & White, C. (2007). Language learners as informed consumers of language instruction. In I. Kupferberg & A. Stavans (Eds). Festschrift for Elite Olshtain. Jerusalem, Israel: Magness, Hebrew University Press

White, C. (2007). Autonomy, independence and control: mapping the future of distance language learning. In D. Gardner (Ed.), Self-access, distance learning and language advising. Dublin: Trinity College. Pp. 56-71.

Watts, N., Trlin, A., White, C. & North, N. (2007). Immigrant cultural capital in business: the New Zealand experience. In L. Dana (Ed.) Handbook of research on ethnic minority entrepreneurship. Northampton, Massachusetts: Edward Elgar. Pp. 729-743.

White, C. (2006). Robinson Crusoe and the challenges of supported distance language learning. In T. Lamb & H. Reinders (Eds). Supporting independent language learning: Issues and interventions. Frankfurt am Mein: Peter Lang. Pp. 55-72.

 White, C. (2005). Towards a learner-based theory of distance language learning: The concept of the learner-context interface. In B. Holmberg, M. Shelley, & C. White (Eds.), Languages in distance education: Evolution and change. Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters. Pp. 55-71.

Book Chapters accepted for Publication

White, C. & Ding, A. (in press). Identity and self in e-language teaching. In Z. Dörnyei & E. Ushioda (Eds.) Motivation, Language Identity and the L2 Self. Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters.

White, C. (in press). Language Learning Strategies in Independent Language Learning:
An Overview. In T. W. Lewis & M. S. Hurd (Eds.), Language Learning Strategies in Independent Settings. Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters.

Articles in Refereed Conference Proceedings

White, C. (2007). Technology in language teacher education: understanding the choices and challenges. In G. Poedjosoedarmo (Ed.) Teacher Education in Language Teaching. RELC Anthology Series 48. Singapore: SEAMEO Regional Language Centre. Pp. 175-190.

Murphy, L., Shelley, M., White, C. & Baumann, U. (2006). Language teaching at a distance: establishing key principles to develop professional practice. Proceedings from the Crossing Frontiers: Languages and the International Dimension Conference, Cardiff University 6-7 July 2006.
http://www.llas.ac.uk/cardiff2006

White, C., Murphy, L. Shelley, M. & Baumann, U. (2005). Towards an understanding of tutor attributes and expertise in distance language teaching: Tutor maxims. In T. Evans, P. Smith & E. Stacey (Eds.) Research in Distance Education 6. Geelong, Australia: Deakin University. Pp. 83–97.
http://www.deakin.edu.au/education/rads/conferences/publications/ride/2004/doc/9White.pdf

White, C. (2004). Independent language learning in distance education: Current issues. In H. Reinders, H. Anderson, M. Hobbs & J. Jones-Parry (Eds.) Supporting independent learning in the 21st century. Proceedings of the inaugural conference of the Independent Learning Association, Melbourne September 13-14, 2003. Auckland: Independent Learning Association Oceania. Pp. 161-169.
http://www.independentlearning.org/ila03/ila03_white.pdf

White, C. (2002). The research-teaching nexus in tertiary distance education. In T. Evans (Ed.) Revised papers from the 5th Research in Distance Education Conference, 5-7 December 2000, Deakin University Australia. Pp. 39-49.
http://www.deakin.edu.au/education/RIPVET/RIDE_Papers/Contents_RIDE.htm

Watts, N., White, C. & Trlin, A. (2002). Roles and responsibilities in English language provision for adult NESB immigrants and refugees. In R. Prasad & N. van der Walt (Eds.) Vibrant Voices and Visions for Ethnic New Zealand. Wellington: New Zealand Federation of Ethnic Councils.

Watts, N. & White, C. (2002). The 1.5 generation in New Zealand. In R. Grinber (ed.) Australian Migrant English Program Conference Proceedings 2002.
http://www.nceltr.mq.edu.au/conference2002/papers/Watts.pdf

White, C. (1998). Conceptions of distance learning. In Best Practice, Research and Diversity in Open and Distance Learning, Wellington: Distance Education Association of New Zealand. Pp. 287-296.

White, C. (1994). Language learning strategy research in distance education: the yoked subject technique. In T. Evans, & D. Murphy (Eds.) Research in Distance Education 3. Deakin University Australia. Pp. 10-20.

White, C. (1993). Learner perceptions of the process of developing foreign language skills at a distance. In Proceedings of the Ninth Annual DEANZ Conference, Wellington: Distance Education Association of New Zealand

Technical Reports (based on FRST-funded research)


Watts, N., White, C. & Trlin, A. (2004). The Cultural Capital Contribution of Immigrants in New Zealand. New Settlers Programme Occasional Publication No.7, Palmerston North: New Settlers Programme, Massey University.

Watts, N., White, C. & Trlin, A. (2002). Young Migrant Settlement Experiences and Issues in New Zealand: Two Perspectives. New Settlers Programme Occasional Publication No. 6, Palmerston North: New Settlers Programme, Massey University.

White, C. , Watts, N. & Trlin, A. (2001). Immigrant and Refugee Experience of ESOL Provision in New Zealand: Realities and Responsibilities. New Settlers Programme Occasional Publication No. 5, Palmerston North: New Settlers Programme, Massey University.

Watts, N., White, C. & Trlin, A. (2001). English Language Provision for Adult Immigrants and/or Refugees from Non-English Speaking Backgrounds in Educational Institutions and Training Establishments in New Zealand. New Settlers Programme Occasional Publication No. 4, Palmerston North: New Settlers Programme, Massey University.