Academic Profile

Academic Profile

Mr Roger Vivek Placidus Winder

Lecturer, School of Humanities

Email: rogerwinder@ntu.edu.sg
Mr Roger Vivek Placidus Winder

Biography
Roger Winder has been with the Language and Communication Centre since January 2008. He obtained his Master of Arts in English Language from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 1996, and has since had teaching experience with NUS, Singapore Management University, the National Institute of Education, and SIM University. His research interests include critical linguistics, language teaching methodology, and computer-assisted learning.
Research Interests
Roger Winder has a keen interest in the field of critical linguistics and critical discourse analyses, but has more recently started exploring doing research in Language Teaching and Learning, Technology in Language Teaching and Learning, Communication and Culture, Discourse, Text and Genre Analysis, Language for Specific Purposes, Language and Culture, and Language Attitudes and Identity.
Current Projects
  • Integration of an Online Language Error Detection System into an Engineering Communication Course Curriculum
Selected Publications
  • Bolton, K., Heah, C., Lee, H. H., Lee, J., Li, S. Y., Lim, B. T., Lin, B., MacKinnon, J., & Winder, R. (2019). HW0288: Engineering Communication II AY2017/2018. Routledge.
  • Bolton, K., Winder, R., Li, S. Y., Lee, J. C. P., Lin, B., MacKinnon, J., Heah, C., Lee, H. H., & Lim, B. T. (2018). HW0188: Engineering Communication I AY2018/2019.. Routledge.
  • Bolton, K., Winder, R., Li, S. Y., Lee, J. C. P., Lin, B., MacKinnon, J., Heah, C., Lee, H. H., & Lim, B. T. (2018). HW0288: Engineering Communication II AY2018/2019. Routledge.
  • Roger V. P. Winder, Joe MacKinnon, Shu Yun Li, Benedict Lin, Carmel Heah, Luís Morgado da Costa, Takayuki Kuribayashi, and Francis Bond. (2017). Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on Natural Language Processing Techniques for Educational Applications: NTUCLE: Developing a Corpus of Learner English to Provide Writing Support for Engineering Students. The 4th Workshop on Natural Language Processing Techniques for Educational Applications (pp. 1-11)Taipei, Taiwan: AFNLP.
  • Bolton, K., Heah, C., Lee, H. H., Lee, J., Li, S. Y., Lim, B. T., Lin, B., MacKinnon, J., & Winder, R. (2017). HW0188: Engineering Communication I AY2017/2018. Routledge.

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