Multilingual Corpus of Writing Processes University of Antwerp
The Authoring Side Revisited: Tracking Writing and Reading Processes in Multimodal Technical Communication KU Leuven
Fostering rephrasing and cohesion strategies in academic writing in a foreign language through automated writing evaluation Ghent University
This project aims to investigate the potential and the added value of automated feedback on written syntheses produced by students of German in Flemish higher education, targeting their strategies regarding cohesion building and textual borrowing. Writing from sources in a foreign language (L2) is a genre that students majoring in languages need to master. However, because their linguistic resources are limited, they often merely cut-andpaste ...
WRITINGpro: Knowledge Center for Writing Process Research University of Antwerp
Metafiction and the writing process. A genetic approach to 'autography' in Samuel Beckett's Molloy, Malone meurt, and L'Innommable. University of Antwerp
Motoric, cognitive and linguistic writing process characteristics in Alzheimer's disease: A task validity, cross-sectional and longitudinal study. University of Antwerp
Hard drive philology. A genetic analysis of the literary writing process by means of Thomas Kling's poetical estate as a case study in digital forensics Ghent University
In the course of this project, the literary writing process and strategy of the German poet Thomas Kling (1957-2005) will be investigated, including manuscripts, digital born documents and traces recovered from his harddrives in the archive. The study will make use of digital forensic tools and methods to extend the range of textual genetic philology, archival studies and scholarly editions.
Source-based writing in L1, L2 and FL: modelling of successful process characteristics. University of Antwerp
Assessing the impact of machine translation on L2 learnersU+2019 writing process and language learning Ghent University
Second language (L2) learners often use machine translation (MT) tools during composition writing. This study wants to investigate the effect of this usage on their writing and learning process. On the one hand, related research suggests that MT use stimulates L2 learners to focus more on global textual concerns. On the other, using MT may negatively impact the learning process.