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Free ResTES 2021-22 series launch

21 October 2021

We are delighted to share the BALEAP Research Training Event Series (ResTES) programme for this year. Following the survey responses, we’ve organised the sessions around Publication, Theory in scholarship and Thematic research.
With this programme, we aim to provide support to EAP practitioners, inspire and create scholarship networks in the UK and beyond.
Each ResTES will be comprised of a synchronous session which will be recorded and uploaded on the BALEAP site with additional resources to explore in your own time.
Thank you to all the facilitators who are volunteering their time and expertise to put together these sessions.

We start with Publishing in EAP delivered by Dr Michelle Evans, Dr Daron Benjamin Loo, Dr Milada Walková, and Dr Simon Webster on the 16th of November (1 to 3pm UK time). The abstract and speakers’ bios are below, and we will circulate the zoom link soon.

This first session is open access and free to BALEAP members and non-members. Subsequent sessions will carry a charge for non-BALEAP members.




16th November 1-3 pm UK time

Publishing in EAP

Dr Michelle Evans (University of Leeds)

Dr Daron Benjamin Loo (National University of Singapore

Dr Milada Walková (University of Leeds)

 Dr Simon Webster (University of Leeds)

February 2022

Systemic Functional Linguistics in scholarship

Dr Jodie L. Martin, UBC Vantage College 

Ms Jennifer Walsh Marr, UBC Vantage College

Dr Eric Lok-ming Cheung (Poly U, Hong Kong) 

Dr Namala Tilakaratna (National University of Singapore) 

Dr Laetitia Monbec (National University of Singapore)

March 2022

Scholarship into Assessment/Testing practices 

Co-organised with TAFSIG

April 2022

Ethics in EAP Scholarship

Dr Michelle Evans (University of Leeds)

A/P Alex Ding (University of Leeds)

May 2022

Legitimation Code Theory for EAP scholarship

Co-organised with Prof. Steve Kirk and LCT-UK

Further updates via the discussion list, website and Twitter @baleap #ResTES

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