Learning from twenty-first century second language learners: A case study in smartphone use of language learners
Lindsey Kurtz, Iowa State University, United States
Iowa State University . Awarded
This study reports on language learners' daily use of smartphones to supplement their language learning. Three non-native speakers of English completed smartphone use logs and were interviewed over a six-week period in order to understand their attitudes and habits regarding their smartphone use. The purpose of this study was to give voice to contemporary language learners about their use of this technology so that their regular use of it may be understood. The study reports that these learners made regular use of the smartphone as a dictionary, as a study tool for standardized tests and for communication purposes across various times and locations.
Kurtz, L. Learning from twenty-first century second language learners: A case study in smartphone use of language learners. Master's thesis, Iowa State University. Retrieved February 19, 2019 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/122578/.
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