Daniel Kies

  1. Writing::Research, Chicago: Kendall Hunt Publishing, forthcoming 2012.

    My English 1102 — Composition 2 hypertextbook, published by Kendall Hunt.

  2. "Virtual Classrooms — Real Learning," Teacher Librarian: The Journal for School Library Professionals, April 2009.

  3. "Evaluating Grammar Checkers: A Comparative Ten-Year Study," The 6th International Conference on Education and Information Systems, Technologies and Applications: EISTA 2008 Conference Proceedings.

  4. "Falargs or Argfals?," Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai - Philologia, 2: 2007, pp. 185-194.

    Here is an interesting question: if my work is plagiarized in whole, published, and acknowleged as theft, can I take authorship credit? I think so. What say you?

  5. Teaching with New Media, an online faculty development course in preparation for Waubonsee Community College's Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology. Completion date July 30, 2000.

  6. Composition — Online: A First Year Composition Course via the Internet, Fort Worth: Harcourt Brace, 1999. Sample chapters available online at my web site (http://papyr.com/hbp).

  7. "Disadvantaging the Disadvantaged?" ASCILITE 99 Conference Proceedings: Responding to Diversity, (Jenny Winn, ed.), Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology, 1999, pp. 111-124. Presented originally at the ASCILITE 99 Conference, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, December 6, 1999.

  8. "I See What You Mean: The Theoretical Consequences of Blurring the Distinction between Speech and Writing," to appear in Creating Sense: Texts and Realities, Oxford University Press, 1999, presented originally at the conference of the same name at the National University of Singapore, Singapore, September 8, 1998.

  9. "Grammar, Fear, and Loathing" Syntax in the Schools, 14 (1997), 1-3.

  10. "A Review of Wired Style: Principles of English Usage in the Digital Age," Newsletter of the American Dialect Society, April 1997.

  11. "On Grammar, Writing Style, and Writing Assessment: A Look at the Grammatical Choices Made within Standardized and Computer Adaptive Testing," in National Council of Teachers of English Assembly for the Teaching of English Grammar (Ed.), Partial proceedings of the 5th annual conference of the Assembly for the Teaching of English Grammar (Normal, IL, August 12-13, 1994); ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED 397 435.

  12. "Adverbial but," in The Twentieth LACUS Forum 1993, Lake Bluff, IL: Jupiter Press, 1994, pp. 315-332. Presented at the twentieth LACUS Forum, Chicago, July 24, 1993.

  13. "Lexico-grammar," in Introduction to Linguistics (Fred C. C. Peng, ed.), to appear.

  14. "Language Development in Children," in Introduction to Linguistics (Fred C. C. Peng, ed.), to appear.

  15. "A Review of The Registers of Written English edited by Mohsen Ghadessay," Network, December 1993.

  16. "The Uses of Passivity: Suppressing Agency in Nineteen Eighty-Four," in Advances in Systemic Linguistics (Martin Davies and Louise Ravelli, eds.), London: Frances Pinter, 1992, pp. 229-250. Presented at the seventeenth International Systemic Congress, Sterling, Scotland, July 5, 1990.

  17. "Fourteen Types of Passivity: Suppressing Agency in Nineteen Eighty-Four," in The Revised Orwell (Jonathan Rose, ed.), East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 1991, pp. 47-60.

  18. "Indeterminacy in Sentence Structure," Linguistics and Education: An International Research Journal 2 (1990), 231-258. Presented at the Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, Georgia, March 21, 1987.

  19. "A Review of The Linguistic Spectrum by V. Prakasam," Network December 1990.

  20. "Marked Themes with and without Pronominal Reinforcement: Their Meaning and Distribution in Discourse," in Pragmatics, Discourse & Text: Some Linguistic Approaches (Robert Veltman and Erich Steiner, eds.), London: Frances Pinter, 1988, pp. 47-75. Presented at the Thirteenth International Systemic Congress, Canterbury, England, July 16, 1986.

  21. "Gradience in English Grammar," in The Thirteenth LACUS Forum 1986 (Ilah Fleming, ed.), Lake Bluff, IL: Jupiter Press, 1987, pp. 199-207. Presented at the thirteenth annual LACUS Forum, Arlington, Texas, August 15, 1986.

  22. "Some Stylistic Features of Business and Technical Writing: The Functions of Passive Voice, Nominalization, and Agency," The Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, 15 (1985), 299-308.

  23. "A Functional Linguistic View of Language Development," Proceedings of the Midwest Writing Centers Association, 1985, pp. 1-15. Also published by ERIC, 1986, document number ED 266 462. Presented at the Association's annual conference, St. Louis, Missouri, October 18, 1985.

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