A Case Study in Asynchronous Voice Conferencing for Language Instruction
Educational Media International Volume 40, Number 1, ISSN 0952-3987
Discussion of asynchronous communication technology focuses on a pilot project in the English for Academic Purposes program at the University of Alberta where two courses incorporated a voice-based conferencing tool to improve their oral skills. Describes the evaluation survey that tested student reactions and investigated course effectiveness. (Author/LRW)
McIntosh, S., Braul, B. & Chao, T. (2003). A Case Study in Asynchronous Voice Conferencing for Language Instruction. Educational Media International, 40(1), 63-73.
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