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Language Learning & Technology

October 2011 Volume 15, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Student Technology Use in a Self-Access Center

    Joachim Castellano, Jo Mynard & Troy Rubesch

    Technology has played an increasingly vital role in self-access learning over the past twenty years or so, yet little research has been conducted into learners' actual use of the technology both... More

    pp. 12-27

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  2. Learner Autonomy in a Task-Based 3D World and Production

    Karina Collentine

    This study contributes to the research on learner autonomy by examining the relationship between Little's (1991) notions of "independent action" and "decision-making", input, and L2 production in... More

    pp. 50-67

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  3. Fostering Learner Autonomy in English for Science: A Collaborative Digital Video Project in a Technological Learning Environment

    Christoph A. Hafner & Lindsay Miller

    This paper reports on the syllabus design and implementation of an English for Science and Technology (EST) course at an English-medium university in Hong Kong. The course combined elements of... More

    pp. 68-86

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  4. Blogging: Promoting Learner Autonomy and Intercultural Competence through Study Abroad

    Lina Lee

    The current study explores closely how using a combined modalities of asynchronous computer-mediated communication (CMC) via blogs and face-to-face (FTF) interaction through ethnographic interviews... More

    pp. 87-109

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  5. Self-Study with Language Learning Software in the Workplace: What Happens?

    Katharine B. Nielson

    Many language training software packages are intended for self-study and marketed as complete language learning solutions; however, little is known about how well they work or under what conditions... More

    pp. 110-129

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