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Technology Applications in English Language Teaching in Egyptian Universities: A Developing Relationship
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CALICO Journal Volume 24, Number 2, ISSN 0742-7778

Abstract

A study was conducted in Egypt to investigate how technology is used in English language instruction at the university level. Results indicate that teachers and learners alike are ready and, in some cases (mostly in the private-university setting), are effectively applying technology tools in the classroom and online. Specific findings indicate teachers' readiness to use technology tools in the teaching of English language skills in Egypt because of their belief that technology is both affectively and pedagogically useful to high-quality instruction. At the same time, teachers are fully aware of their needs and limits in linking technology with classroom instruction. Details on these and other results are presented. (Contains 13 tables.)

Citation

England, L. (2007). Technology Applications in English Language Teaching in Egyptian Universities: A Developing Relationship. CALICO Journal, 24(2), 381-406. Retrieved January 17, 2021 from .

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