|Alma mater||Monash University|
|Website||Storch on the website of the University of Melbourne|
Neomy Storch (born 1954) is an Australian linguist. She is currently a professor of applied linguistics at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Her research focuses on second language acquisition with a special focus on second language writing. She is noted for her work on second language acquisition, collaborative writing, and academic writing.
Storch's work has been published in the Journal of Second Language Writing, Language Learning, TESOL Quarterly, Language Teaching Research, Language Testing, System and Studies in Second Language Acquisition.
- 2004-2006: Discovery Projects (The role of feedback in second language learning processes)awarded by the Australian Research Council
- 2007: Dyason Fellowship awarded by the University of Melbourne
- Teaching Writing for Academic Purposes to Multilingual Students. (2017)
- "Patterns of interaction in ESL pair work." (2002)
- "Collaborative writing: Product, process, and students’ reflections." (2005)
- "Is there a role for the use of the L1 in an L2 setting?" (2003)
- "How collaborative is pair work? ESL tertiary students composing in pairs." (2001)
- "Pair versus individual writing: Effects on fluency, complexity and accuracy." (2009)
- "Storch - University of Melbourne". Unimelb.edu.au. 29 September 2018.
- "Journal of Second Language Writing Editorial Board".
- "Collaborative Writing in L2 Classrooms by Neomy Storch - Multilingual Matters - Channel View Publications". www.multilingual-matters.com.
- "The role of feedback in second language learning processes - The University of Melbourne". www.findanexpert.unimelb.edu.au.
- "A/PROF Neomy Storch - The University of Melbourne". www.findanexpert.unimelb.edu.au.
- Storch, Neomy (2017). Teaching Writing for Academic Purposes to Multilingual Students. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group. p. 220. ISBN 9781138284234.