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Research Projects


Prof. Preet HIRADHAR
  • Digital Representations of Cultural Identities in Online Spaces: A Multimodal Social Semiotic Study of South Asian Diasporic Websites (Principal Investigator). Funded by Hong Kong RGC ECS, HK$300,000 (2018-19)


  • Action Research on Student Learning Outcomes: A qualitative approach to evaluating practices and processes for enhancement of teaching and learning on an English language course. Funded by UGC-EG EST Centre for Advancement of OBE, HK$330,000 (2014-15)


  • Developing SCORM-based e-learning Content for a Common English Course – Phase 1. Funded by Lingnan University Teaching Development Grant, HKD$303,000 (2014-16)





Prof. Janet HO
  • Developing Workshop Materials for Enhancing the Research Writing Skills of Students. Funded by Lingnan University Teaching and Learning Centre Direct Grant for Research, HK$182,000 (2018-20)


  • A Corpus-based Approach to Identifying Grammatical Lapses in L2 Writing. Funded by Lingnan University Teaching Development Grant, HKD$50,000 (2018-19)


  • Playing with English: A Game-based Approach to Teaching English Genres. Funded by Lingnan University Initial Research Activities Fund, HK$15,000 (2018-20)





Prof. Andrew SEWELL
  • The 'falling standards' debate: Metalinguistic discourse, language ideologies and stories of English in Hong Kong. Funded by Hong Kong RGC GRF, HK$326,620 (2020-21)

  • English Accents of the World: Investigating Intra-speaker and Inter-speaker Variation in the Speech Accent Archive. Funded by Lingnan University Faculty Research Grant, HKD$46,910 (2016-17)



Prof. Feifei ZHOU
  • Personhood, Power and Sense of Place: A Linguistic Landscape Study of Chinese Writing and Place-making in Transitional China. Funded by Hong Kong RGC GRF, HK$341,605 (2020-22)

  • A Discourse Analytic Study of Health and Risk Communication in Cancer Patients: Evaluating Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Western Scientific Medicine (WSM) Treatment Choices. Funded by Lingnan University Faculty Research Grant, HK$50,000 (2016-18)


DatabaseS


Prof. Andrew GOATLY