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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.