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Cooperative Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Is It Living Up to Its Promise?
ARTICLE

Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies Volume 20, Number 1, ISSN 0891-2521

Abstract

A study investigating peer learning, second language acquisition, and computer-assisted language learning among first-year students at the University of Calgary suggests that, while the computer appears to have a somewhat limiting effect on student interaction, it does encourage students to talk. (Author/CB)

Citation

Mydlarski, D. (1987). Cooperative Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Is It Living Up to Its Promise?. Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies, 20(1), 26-29. Retrieved December 9, 2022 from .

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