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Title: Listening to the learner voice: The ever changing landscape of technology use for language students.
Authors: Conole, Gráinne
First Published: 28-Mar-2008
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP) on behalf of the European Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning
Citation: ReCALL, 2008, 20 (2), pp. 124-140.
Abstract: What does learning in today's technology-enhanced environment mean? Is learning as an activity fundamentally changing as a result of the opportunities offered by new technologies and tools? How are the new communicative channels and increased social dimensions possible through Web 2.0 technologies impacting on the way students work and learn? And what does this mean for the role of teachers and institutions in terms of how they support students? This paper considers these questions and reports on findings from current research evaluating how students are actually using technologies and what this research tells us about the ways in which patterns of learning might be changing. It will consider the implications for individual teachers (in terms of designing and supporting learning activities for students) and institutions in terms of the impact on policy and the associated infrastructure needed to provide an appropriate environment that maximises the potential offered by new technologies.
DOI Link: 10.1017/S0958344008000220
ISSN: 0958-3440
eISSN: 1474-0109
Type: Article
Rights: Copyright © European Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning 2008. Deposited with the permission of the publisher.
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