Cribb, VM & Wang X. (2019) Making academic vocabulary count through strategic deployment in oral presentations by Chinese students of English. The Language Learning Journal. https://doi.org/10.1080/09571736.2019.1566396
Cribb, VM & Rochford, S. (2018) The Transcription and Representation of Spoken Political Discourse in the UK House of Commons. International Journal of English Linguistics, Vol. 8, No. 2. http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/ijel/article/view/71231
Cribb, V.M. (2017) Consistency and contrast in the deployment of intonation resources during oral presentations by Students of English Language. International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Culture (LLC), Vol.4, No.1 ISSN 2518-3966, pp.1-16
Marina Orsini-Jones, Mike Cribb, Elwyn Lloyd, Fiona Lee, Gwenola Bescond, Amine Ennagadi (2017). The Trouble with Cyberpragmatics: Embedding an Online Intercultural Learning Project into the Curriculum. International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching (IJCALLT). 7(1) pp.50-65 http://www.igi-global.com/article/the-trouble-with-cyberpragmatics/177175#citation
Orsini-Jones, M., Pibworth, L., Cribb, VM., Brick, B., Gazeley, Z., Leinster, H. & Lloyd, E. (2015) Learning about language learning on a MOOC: How Massive? How Open? How Online? How “Course”? Critical CALL – Proceedings of the 2015 EUROCALL Conference, Padova, Italy. Helm, F., Bradley, L., Guarda, M. & Thouësny, S. (eds.). Research-publishing.net, pp.450-457
Cribb, V.M. & Orsini-Jones, M. (2015 unpublished) The added value of foreign language knowledge on metalinguistic awareness at university.
Cribb, M., (2012) Semantic and pragmatic miscues in non-native spoken extended discourse, Journal of Pragmatics, 44, pp. 71-82
Orsini-Jones, M., Cribb, V.M., Jones, D., Graham., R. Lund, R. and Lee, F. (2010) Student-Driven and Threshold-Concept-Informed Curricular Change. In iPED Research Network (eds) Proceedings of the 5th International Inquiring Pedagogies Conference, Conceptualising Impact: Exploring the effectiveness of practice through pedagogic research. Coventry University. pp. 77-83
Cribb, V.M. (submitted for publication) Coherence in Non-native Extended Spoken Discourse: Considering the semantic and pragmatic levels. New Directions in Cognitive Linguistics, 2nd Conference of the UK-Cognitive Linguistics Association.
Cribb, V.M. (2007) Coherence in the Extended Spoken Discourse of Non-native Speakers of English. Unpublished PhD Thesis, University of Reading.
Bressan, E. & Cribb, V.M. (2007) ‘Group Project Work in Higher Education: What it is and what it is not.’ In M. Conrick & M. Howard (Eds.) From Applied Linguistics to Linguistics Applied: Issues, Practices, Trends. Birmingham: University of Birmingham (pp180-94). ISBN 0-7044-2627-7
Cribb, V.M. (2007) A Systems Approach: Teachers and learners as both guests and hosts to the learning context. Cutting Edges Conference Proceedings: Classrooms, People and Cultures. Canterbury Christ Church University.
Cribb, V.M. (2006) Academic Oracy: What type of discourse should we teach? Exeter PIM (BALEAP). University of Exeter.
Cribb, V.M. (2005). Language as a Cueing System: Pragmatic and Semantic Miscues in Non-native Spoken Discourse. CamLing 2005 Conference Proceedings. University of Cambridge.
Cribb, V.M. (2004). Coherence in Nonnative Extended Spoken Discourse: Implications for ELT. JALT 2003 Conference proceedings. Japan.
Cribb, V.M. (2004). Syntactic Complexity: Investigating hypotactic and paratactic styles of speech in non-native extended discourse. Journal of Inquiry and Research. Osaka, Japan: Kansai Gaidai University
Cribb, V.M. (2002). Respecting process and product in research papers. Journal of Inquiry and Research No. 75. Osaka, Japan: Kansai Gaidai University, 185-199.
Cribb, V.M. (2002). Machine Translation: A silicon-based solution to the Tower of Babel. PAC3 at JALT 2001: Conference proceedings. Tokyo, Japan: JALT, 716-722.
Cribb, V.M. (2001). Machine Translation. The Language Teacher, Nov. 2001.
Cribb, V.M. (2001). The notion of fluency: Investigating the oral fluency of non-native speakers of English. Journal of Inquiry and Research No. 74. Osaka, Japan: Kansai Gaidai University, 153-167.
Cribb, V.M. (2001). An analysis of discourse miscues in the oral production of non-native speakers of English. JALT Journal, 23(1), 111-129.
Cribb, V.M. (2001). The Passport: An approach to learning which encourages students to focus on form autonomously. The Proceedings of the CUE Conference: Developing Autonomy.
Cribb, V.M. (2001). Attending to ESL concerns in content-based instruction. On JALT2000: The Proceedings of the JALT 26th Annual International Conference on Language teaching and Learning and Education Materials Expo. R. Long, G. van Troyer, K. Lane, M. Swanson, (Eds.). Tokyo: JALT. (pp.115-120).
Cribb, V.M. (2000). Machine Translation: The alternative for the 21st century. TESOL Quarterly, 34, 560-569
Cribb, V.M. (2000). Learner intervention in the language classroom. The Language Teacher, 24(10), 9-12.
Cribb, V.M. (2017) Hesitation, Equivocation and Pausing: Unveiling the micro-world of political rhetoric and spin. Amazon Kindle
Cribb, V.M. (2009) Discourse and the Non-native English Speaker. New York: Cambria Press
Cribb, V.M. & Rochford, S. (2017) An Exploration into The Nature of Audience Interjections On Exchanges Between The Prime Minister and The Leader of the Opposition During Prime Minister’s Questions. DiscourseNet Congress #2: Interdisciplinary Discourse Studies, Theory and Practice. University of Warwick, UK, September 2017.
Cribb, V.M. (2017) Articulating Academic Vocabulary: The problem for Chinese students of English. Symposium – Researching China. Confucius Institute at Coventry University, School of Humanities, Faculty of Arts and Humanities. January 2017.
Cribb, V.M. (2016) Blog your Mod(ule)!: How to start and maintain weblogs that showcase the modules we teach. Creating Better Futures. Coventry University Conference, 23-24 June 2016. Coventry, UK.
Cribb, VM. & Rochford, S. (2015) Representing Spoken Political Discourse in the Digital Era: Can accurate and faithful semantic representations be obtained from Hansard transcriptions of Prime Minister’s question time in the House of Commons? ADDA (Approaches to Digital Discourse) 1st International Conference, Valencia, 18-20 November, 2015.
Orsini-Jones, M., Pibworth, L., Cribb, VM., Brick, B., Gazeley, Z., Leinster, H. & Lloyd, E. (2015) Learning about language learning on a MOOC: How Massive? How Open? How Online? How “Course”? EUROCALL 2015, The University of Padova Language Centre, 26-29 August, 2015
Cribb, V.M. (2012) Text-structuring Metadiscourse Devices and Intonation Cues in Academic Spoken Monologues. BAAL 2012 Multilingual Theory and Practice in Applied Linguistics conference, University of Southampton, UK. September 2012.
Cribb, V.M. (2012) Text-structuring Metadiscourse Devices and Intonation Cues in Academic Spoken Monologues
Cribb, V.M. (2012) Intonation and Metadiscourse Marking as Structuring Devices in the Academic Monologues of Non-native Speakers of English as an International Language (EIL). IVACS Conference 2012. The Sixth Inter-Varietal Applied Corpus Studies (IVACS) group International Conference on Corpora across Linguistics, Leeds Metropolitan University, 21st and 22nd June 2012
Cribb. V.M. (2012) Intonation and Discourse Marking in Oral Presentations Delivered by International Students. Pedagogies of Hope and Opportunity: The Arts and Humanities Annual Conference, Glasgow, 2012.
Orsini-Jones, M., Cribb, M., Jones, D., Graham, R., Lund, R., & Lee, F. (2010). Student-Driven and Threshold-Concept-Informed Curricular Change. iPED 2010: 5th International Inquiring Pedagogies Conference, Coventry, September 2010
Orsini-Jones, M., Jones, D., Lund, R., Cribb, M. & Graham, R. (2010) Student-driven and threshold-concept-informed curricular change in linguistics: reporting on an undergraduate student’s research project on troublesome knowledge. 3rd Biennial Threshold Concepts Symposium, Exploring transformative dimensions of threshold concept. University of New South Wales, Sydney, July 2010
Cribb, V.M. (2009) What Comes Next? Coherent message development in non-native extended spoken discourse. Language, Learning and Context BAAL Annual Conference, Newcastle, Sept. 2009
Cribb, V.M. (2009) Underdeterminancy and Specificity in Non-native Discourse. Cutting Edges Conference: Discourse, Context and Language Education. Canterbury Christ Church University, June 2009
Cribb, V.M. (2007) Specificity and pragmatic relevance in non-native extended discourse management. Discourse, Communication and the Enterprise IV (DICOEN). University of Nottingham.
Cribb, V.M. (2007) Semantic Consistency and Pragmatic Relevance in the Construction of Coherence in Non-native Extended Spoken Discourse. 2nd Conference of the UK-Cognitive Linguistics Association. Cardiff University.
Bressan, E. & Cribb, V.M. (2006). Group work in the academic classroom. BAAL /IRAAL Conference 2006, Cork, Ireland.
Cribb, V.M. (2006). Teachers and learners as both hosts and guests to the learning context. Cutting Edges Conference: Classrooms, People and Cultures. Canterbury Christ Church University, June 2006.
Cribb, V.M. (2005). Academic Oracy; What type of discourse should we teach? Paper presented at the BALEAP Exeter PIM conference, November, 2005.
Cribb, V.M. (2005). Applying System Thinking to Language Learning and the Construction of Identity in Higher Education. Academic Literacies Seminar. Institute of Education, University of London. June 2005.
Cribb, V.M. (2005). Semantic and Pragmatic “Fault Lines” in the Extended Oral Discourse of Nonnative Speakers of English. CamLing 2005. University of Cambridge.
Cribb, V.M. (2003). Discourse Coherence in Students’ Extended Speech. Paper presented at the JALT conference, Shizuoka, Japan.
Cribb, V.M. (2001). Machine Translation and the Future of English as a Global Language. Paper presented at the JALT2001 Conference in Kokura, Japan.
Cribb, V.M. (2001). The Passport: An approach to learning which encourages students to focus on form autonomously. Paper presented at the CUE conference: Developing Autonomy.
Cribb, V.M. (2000). Attending to ESL Concerns in Content-Based Instruction. Paper presented at the JALT2000 conference in Shizuoka, Japan.