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MSc in Language and Computation
BSc in Human Language Technology
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Position Lecturer, Academic coordinator for Academic English
Phone (+356) 2340 2152
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Natalie Schembri

 

Natalie Schembri holds a lectureship in linguistics and co-ordinates the Academic English Programme within the Institute of Linguistics. She also acts as advisor to the ICE project in Malta (ICE-MLT).

Her main research interests focus on the linguistic analysis of academic texts, in particular as regards citation practices in academic corpora and related broader issues in Academic Literacy within university contexts. Other areas of interest are Varieties of Language and the study of Interlanguages, with a specific local interest in Maltese English. 

 

Research Interests

  • Academic English
  • Citation practices
  • Corpus-based text analysis
  • Interlanguages
  • Bilingual language acquisition
  • Varieties of language
  • Maltese English

Student contact hours

  • Monday 13:00 -- 14:00
  • Tuesday 11:00 -- 12:00
  • Friday 10:00 -- 11:00

Note: students should always email to make an appointment

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Change in Name
As of April 2017, the Institute has officially changed its name to Institute of Linguistics and Language Technology.
Timetables

Class timetables are now available from this page.

For study-units LIN1063, LIN1065, LIN2013 and LIN5063, please click on this page to check the Academic English timetable.

Ethical approval
Deadlines for submission of ethical approval forms to the Institute Research Ethics Committee are now available on the Research page.
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