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I manage the Pre-Master’s Diploma, Pre-Master’s Certificate: English language and study skills, Pre-Master’s Certificate: Study Skills and the Two Year Master’s programmes, which prepare students for postgraduate degrees at Brookes through a focus on study skills and English for Academic Purposes.
Davis, M. and Morley, J. (2018 forthcoming). How much can you copy? Chapter invited for ‘Essays on Plagiarism’, Eds. Pecorari, D. and Shaw, P. in series Research in Higher Education, Abingdon: Routledge.
Davis, M. (2018 forthcoming). ‘If you don’t write yourself, on what grounds can you offer advice about writing to others?’ Perspectives on the importance of publishing by teachers of academic writing’. Article submitted to the Journal of Academic Writing, based on paper presented at ‘Academic writing now: policy, pedagogy and practice’, EATAW Conference, Royal Holloway, 20-22 June, 2017.
Williams, K. and Davis, M. (2017). Referencing & Understanding Plagiarism. 2nd Edition. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. https://he.palgrave.com/page/detail/referencing-and-understanding-plagiarism-/?sf1=barcode&st1=9781137530714&loc=uk
Davis, M. (2015). Can EAP meet the needs of international students with source use? International Student Experience Journal, 3(2). Available at http://isejournal.weebly.com/uploads/1/6/3/1/16311372/isej_035.02.15_m.davis.pdfDavis, M. and Morley, J. (2015). Phrasal intertextuality: the responses of academics from different disciplines to students’ re-use of phrases from sources in their writing. Journal of Second Language Writing, 28, 20-35. Available at http://authors.elsevier.com/a/1QeZF3n6UYN~4DDavis, M. (2013). The development of source use in international postgraduate writing. Journal of English for Academic Purposes: Special Issue on Source Use in L2 Academic Writing, 12(2) 125-135. Available at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1475158512000823
Davis, M. and Morley, J. (2013). ‘Use your own words!’ Exploring the boundaries of plagiarism in re-usable phrases’. EAP within the Higher Education garden: Cross pollination between disciplines, departments and research BALEAP 2011 Conference Proceedings, Portsmouth, (April 10-12, 2011), 85-94 Davis, M. (2012). International postgraduate students’ experiences of plagiarism education in the UK: student, tutor and expert perspectives. International Journal of Educational Integrity, 8(2), 21-33. Available at http://www.ojs.unisa.edu.au/index.php/IJEI/article/view/807/601
Davis, M. and Morley, J. (2011). The role of reusable phrases in postgraduate writing: multidimensional perspectives. BALEAP 2009 Conference Proceedings ‘English for Specific Purposes’. Reading: Garnet Davis, M. (2011) Plagiarism quiz for Bailey, S. ‘Academic Writing: A Handbook for International Students’ 3rd Ed [Online] Available at http://cw.routledge.com/textbooks/bailey/questions.asp?unit=1 Davis, M. (2010). A tale of two partnerships: the challenges of small-scale and large-scale research communities within English for Academic Purposes. Teaching News, Summer. Available at https://wiki.brookes.ac.uk/display/teachingnews/A+tale+of+2+partnerships%2C+the+challenges+of+smallscale+and+largescale+research+communities+within+English+for+Academic+PurposesDavis, M. and Carroll, J. (2009). ‘Formative feedback within plagiarism education: is there a role for text-matching software?’ International Journal of Educational Integrity 5(2), pp.58-70. Available at: http://www.ojs.unisa.edu.au/index.php/IJEI/article/view/614Davis, M. (2009). ‘The role of Turnitin within the formative process of EAP: a tool for global academic culture’ in BALEAP 2007 Conference Proceedings. Davis, M. and Yeang, F. (2008). ‘Encouraging international and dyslexic students to develop better learning strategies for writing through the use of Turnitin’. Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching. November, 2 (3). Available at: http://bejlt.brookes.ac.uk/article/encouraging_international_and_dyslexic_students_to_develop_better_learning/Davis, M. (2008). ‘Creating Learning and Unlearning Opportunities from Turnitin in the Process of Academic Writing’ in Designing for Learning: e-learning@greenwich/conference 2007 Post-Conference Reflections and Abstracts, London: University of Greenwich pp.41-46. Davis, M. (2007). ‘The role of Turnitin within the formative process of academic writing: a tool for learning and unlearning’. Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching. October, 2 (2) Available at: http://bejlt.brookes.ac.uk/article/the_role_of_turnitin_within_the_formative_process_of_academic_writing/Davis, M. (2006). ‘Group dynamics in the e-learning context: online or off track?’ East Asian Learner May, 2 (2).
External examiner for the Pre-Master’s Diploma for International Students, Royal Holloway University of London, 2017-2021.
External examiner for the Pre-sessional programme, University of Surrey, 2016-2020
I have held external examiner posts at the University of Essex 2009-2013 (Graduate Diploma and Study Abroad) and the University of Hertfordshire 2013-2014 (Pre-Master’s). I participate in BALEAP events and organised a BALEAP Professional Issues Meeting on ‘Feedback’ at Oxford Brookes in 2013.