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Technically Speaking: Transforming Language Learning through Virtual Learning Environments (MOOs)
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Modern Language Journal Volume 85, Number 2, ISSN 0026-7902

Abstract

Draws on experiences from a 7-week exchange between students learning German at an American college and advanced students of English at a German university. Maps out the benefits to using a MOO (multiple user domains object-oriented) for language learning: a student-centered learning environment structured by such objectives as peer teaching, autonomous learning, content-based instruction, individualized learning, and play. (Author/VWL)

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von der Emde, S., Schneider, J. & Kotter, M. (2001). Technically Speaking: Transforming Language Learning through Virtual Learning Environments (MOOs). Modern Language Journal, 85(2), 210. Retrieved April 4, 2020 from .

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