School of Education
Tamilla Mammadova

Tamilla Mammadova

Assistant Professor

Writing and Information Literacy

  • Email : tomammadova[at]
  • Phone : 263
  • Office : E309

The most important is to develop students’ analytical skills as well as their critical thinking abilities.

  • Writing and Information Literacy 101
  • Writing and Information Literacy 102


  • Post-Doc: University of Fribourg, Switzerland
  • PhD: University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
  • MA: University of Santiago de Compostela/Azerbaijan University of Languages 
  • BA: Azerbaijan University of Languages
Joined ADA September, 2015


- [2022]. Academic Writing and Information Literacy Instruction in Digital Environments: A Complementary Approach. Switzerland: Springer Nature, Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN: 978-3-031-19160-2

- [2021]. Cultural Diversity in Cross-Cultural Settings: A Global Approach. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN: 1-5275-7374-5 

- [2020]. Exploring English Language Teaching in Post-Soviet Era Countries. Perspectives from Azerbaijan. Oxfordshire: Routledge. ISBN: 978-0367480318

- [2019]. Teaching Grammar to a Grammar-Free Generation. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN: 978-1-5275-2288-6.


- [2021]. “Discourse particles as cultural phenomena of intercultural communication breakdown”. In Tamilla Mammadova (Ed.). Cultural Diversity in Cross-Cultural Settings: A Global Approach. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN: 1-5275-7374-5

- [2017]. “How is grammar presented in modern textbooks? Methods and techniques used.” In Sofia Bemposta, et al. (eds.) New Trends and Methodologies in Applied English Language Research III: Synchronic and Diachronic Studies on Discourse, Lexis and Grammar Processing. Bern: Peter Lang. ISBN: 9783034327107, pp.185-204.


- Mammadova T., & Zhupikov Wetterau, A. (2022). Teacher Self-Reflection as a Result of Peer Observation-Feedback Model. Azerbaijan Journal of Educational Studies, 698(1), pp. 37–50

- [2020]. Writing and information literacy: Major steps to impede the use of unreliable sources for academic purposes. Azerbaijan Journal of Educational Studies, 690(1), pp. 163-176. 

- [2018]. “Smartphones and their role in modern classroom”. Revue Internationale des Technologies en Pédagogie Universitaire, 15(2), pp.5-14.

- [2017]. “Paramedic Method – Facilitator between Argumentative Reading and Writing.” ESP Professional, 1(1), pp.12-15.

- [2016]. “Two approaches to the teaching of grammar and their implications.” International Journal of Language Studies, 10(1), pp.49-70.

- [2015]. “The Treatment of English Conversation Grammar in Modern Advanced EFL Textbooks.” International Journal of Liberal Arts and Social Science, 3(1), pp.55-70.

[2015]. Почему современные учителя иностранного языка не могут приспособиться к инновациям в методике преподавания языка?” Магия ИННО: новое в исследовании языка и методике его преподавания, 1(2), pp. 147-151.

- [2014]. “A four-stage assessment of AUL teachers’ abilities to adapt innovative teaching approaches.” Encuentro 23(1), pp. 72-88.


- [2021]. Tamilla Mammadova (2021) Exploring Interfaces, English Studies, 102:6, 874-876, DOI: 10.1080/0013838X.2021.1952722