Norwegian version
Pavel Zemliansky

Pavel Zemliansky

Fields of study

Academic disciplines

English language

Subject areas

Rhetorics   Intercultural rhetoric   Online learning   Writing studies

Countries

Norway   Ukraine   USA

Scientific publications

Garrels, Veerle; Zemliansky, Pavel (2022). Improving Student Engagement in Online Courses through Interactive and User-Centered Course Design: Practical Strategies. Nordic Journal of Digital Literacy . Vol. 17.

Zemliansky, Pavel (2021). Faculty Development Training in Online Instruction at a Norwegian University: An Experience Report. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication .

Rounsaville, Angela; Zemliansky, Pavel (2020). Sociomaterial Paradoxes in Global Academic Publishing: Academic Literacies at the Intersection of Practice and Policy. College English . Vol. 82.

Zemliansky, Pavel; Rice, Rich; Cleary, Yvonne; St. Amant, Kirk; Borgman, Jessie (2019). Perspectives on Teaching Writing Online in Global Contexts: Ideas, Insights, and Projections. Resarch in Online Literacy Education. Vol. 2.

Zemliansky, Pavel; Berry, Landon (2017). A Writing-Across-the-Curriculum Faculty Development Program: An Experience Report. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication . Vol. 60.

Zemliansky, Pavel; St.Amant, Kirk (2016). Rethinking Post-Soviet Rhetoric: Perspectives on Rhetoric and Writing in the Post-Soviet Space and the Eastern Bloc. ISBN: 1498523374. 254 p.

Zemliansky, Pavel; St.Amant, Kirk (2016). Rethinking Post-Communist Rhetoric: Perspectives on Rhetoric, Writing, and Professional Communication in Post-Soviet Spaces. ISBN: 978-1498523370. 254 p. Lexington Books.

Zemliansky, Pavel; Saitta, Erin; Turner, Anna (2015). A Model for Program-Wide Assessment of the Effectiveness of Writing Instruction in Science Laboratory Courses. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching. Vol. 26.

Zemliansky, Pavel (2014). Expertise in Professional Communication as a Catalyst for WAC/WID Administration Success. Bridgeford, Tracy; Kitalong, Karla; Williamson, Bill (Ed.). Sharing Our Intellectual Traces: Narrative Reflections from Administrators of Professional, Technical, and Scientific Communication Programs. Chapter 11. Baywood Publishing Company, Inc..

Zemliansky, Pavel; Zimmerman, Traci (2014). Workplace Realities Versus Romantic Views of Authorship, or Why Intellectual Property Issues Matter to the Pedagogy and Practice of Technical Communicators. St.Amant, Kirk; Courant Rife, Martine (Ed.). Legal Issues in Global Contexts. Chapter 8. Routledge.

Zemliansky, Pavel; Goroshko, Olena (2013). Social Media and Other Web2.0 Technologies as Communication Channels in a Cross-Cultural, Web-Based Professional Communication Project. Patrut, Bogdan; Patrut, Monica (Ed.). Social Media and the New Academic Environment: Pedagogical Challenges. Chapter 13. IGI Global.

Zemliansky, Pavel; Mooring, Brandy (2013). A Wiki Writing Project as a Means of Teaching and Learning Writing Collaboration and Project Management. Lutkewitte, Claire (Ed.). Web 2.0 Applications for Composition Classrooms.. Chapter 6.

Zemliansky, Pavel; St.Amant, Kirk (2013). The State of Technical Communication in the Former USSR: A Review of Literature. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication . Vol. 43.

Zemliansky, Pavel; Popham, Susan; Cargile Cook, Kelly; Rush Hovde, Marjorie; Koerber, Amy; Mogull, Scott (2012). Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Network of Communication Channels: Lessons Learned from a Communication Survey in Technical Communication Programs. Programmatic Perspectives.

Zemliansky, Pavel (2012). Achieving Experiential Cross-cultural Training Through a Virtual Teams Project. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication . Vol. 55.

Zemliansky, Pavel; Kampf, Constance (2011). New Landscapes in Professional Communication: The Practice and Theory of Our Field Outside the US. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication . Vol. 54.

Zemliansky, Pavel (2010). Literacy is Not Just Words Anymore. Melzer, Daniel; Coxwell-Teague, Deborah (Ed.). Everything is a Text: Readings for Composition. Chapter 6. Longman.

Zemliansky, Pavel (2010). Preparing Writers for Virtual Environments. Hewett, Beth; Robidoux, Charlotte (Ed.). Virtual Collaborative Writing in the Workplace: Computer-Mediated Communication Technologies and Processes. Chapter 18. IGI Global.

Zemliansky, Pavel; Remley, Dirk; DiPardo, Annie (2010). Frameworks for Talking About Virtual Collaborative Writing. Hewett, Beth; Robidoux, Charlotte (Ed.). Virtual Collaborative Writing in the Workplace: Computer-Mediated Communication Technologies and Processes. Chapter 2. IGI Global.

Zemliansky, Pavel (2010). Workplace Use of Web 2.0 Communication Tools and Its Implications for Training of Future Communication Professionals. Ritke-Jones, William (Ed.). Virtual Environments for Corporate Education: Employee Learning and Solutions. Chapter 4. IGI Global.

Zemliansky, Pavel; Wilcox, Diane (2010). Design and Implementation of Educational Games: Theoretical and Practical Perspectives. ISBN: 978-1615207817. 370 p. IGI Global.

Zemliansky, Pavel; St.Amant, Kirk (2008). The Handbook of Research on Virtual Workplaces and the New Nature of Business Practices. ISBN: 978-1599048932. 768 p. IGI Global.

Zemliansky, Pavel (2006). Afterword to ‘Writing Teachers: A Dedicated Minority by Choice. Roen, Duane (Ed.). Views from the Center: The CCCC Chairs’ Addresses 1977-2005. Chapter 13. Longman.

Zemliansky, Pavel (2005). Review of Electronic Collaboration in the Humanities: Issues and Options. Composition Studies.

Zemliansky, Pavel (2005). A Balancing Act of Efficiency and Exploration: Tutoring Writers in Advanced Courses. Rafoth, Ben (Ed.). A Tutor's Guide: Helping Writers One-on-One. Chapter 10. Heinemann.

Zemliansky, Pavel (2004). Helping Students to Keep their Research Sources Under Control. Zemliansky, Pavel; Bishop, Wendy (Ed.). Research Writing Revisited: A Sourcebook for Teachers. Chapter 12. Heinemann.

Zemliansky, Pavel; Huang, His-Ling; Al Issa, Fadi; Raja, Masood (2004). When You Look and Sound “Un-American: Advice for Foreign-Born Teachers of Writing. Bishop, Wendy; Coxwell-Teague, Deborah (Ed.). Finding Our Way: A Writing Teacher’s Sourcebook.. Chapter 7. Houghton Mifflin.

Zemliansky, Pavel; Bishop, Wendy (2004). Research Writing Revisited: A Sourcebook for Teachers. ISBN: 978-0-86709-555-5. 251 p. Heinemann.

Zemliansky, Pavel; St.Amant, Kirk (2004). Internet-Based Workplace Communications: Industry and Academic Applications. ISBN: 978-1591405214. 350 p. IGI Global.

Zemliansky, Pavel; Melzer, Daniel (2003). Research writing in first-year composition and across disciplines: Assignments, attitudes, and student performance. Kairos . Vol. 8.





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