O'Dowd , R. ( 2006b ) Telecollaboration and the Development of Intercultural
Communicative Competence . ... Retrieved 30 December 2008 from < http://www.
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Author: Sarah Guth
Publisher: Peter Lang
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Telecollaboration, or online intercultural exchange, has become widely recognised as an effective way to promote the development of intercultural communicative competence and language skills. However, the study and implementation of new 2.0 environments such as wikis, Skype, virtual worlds and gaming for telecollaboration is still in its infancy. How can these multilingual, multimodal, collaborative environments be used to promote language and intercultural learning? What are the implications for teachers and learners and what new literacies are required? Do they offer an added-value? This book seeks to answer these questions and many more by bringing together the experience and expertise of researchers and practitioners alike. The authors offer critical stances, new frameworks and practical case studies to help the reader 'navigate' the world of Telecollaboration 2.0.
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Author: Anna Turula
This collection of short papers is an outcome of the third conference on virtual exchange in higher education hosted by the Pedagogical University in Krakow in April 2018. Following the focus of the conference on virtual exchange in service of social inclusion and global citizenship, the papers collected in this volume offer first-hand insights into theoretical and practical considerations on the most recent stage of this rapidly developing form of learning. The publication will be of particular interest to academic educators, researchers, administrators, and mobility officers planning to implement virtual exchange in their unique academic contexts.
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Author: Mark Warschauer
Publisher: Natl Foreign Lg Resource Ctr
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Research on results on telecollaboration: General part. TILA Research Results
on Telecollaboration. http://www.tilaproject.eu/moodle/ pluginfile.php/2694/
Author: Eric Hagley
Category: Foreign Language Study
Virtual Exchange (VE) is of great import to language and culture teachers and researchers but is also gaining popularity in other fields. However, around the world and in the Asia-Pacific region in particular, the number of exchanges is not high and the quality of those that exist needs to continue to improve. It is essential that the latest research and best practice can be disseminated to ensure VE develops further. In this edited volume, various researchers and practitioners provide firsthand perspectives, well-researched accounts of current situations, ideas for future exchanges, and areas in need of further development. We hope it will be of use to the VE practitioner and researcher alike.
Designing Pro-telecollaboration Teacher Training: Some Insights Based on the
OCEAN Personality Measures Anna Turula1 Abstract. With telecollaboration
gaining in popularity, we obtain more insight into how representatives of different
Author: Linda Bradley
As a professional organisation, EUROCALL has been aiming to promote innovative research, development and practice in the area of computer assisted language learning (CALL) and technology enhanced language learning (TELL) in education and training. These conference proceedings establish an overview of EUROCALL as it celebrated its 20th anniversary.
( Editor ) ( SLTCC Technical Report # 11 ) ISBN 0 - 8248 – 1849 – 0 $ 20 .
TELECOLLABORATION The Symposium on Local & Global Electronic
Networking in IN FOREIGN Foreign Language Learning & Research , part of the
Author: Washington State Japanese Language Curriculum Guidelines Committee
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Teaching Japanese as a second language is relatively new in the United States. The learning experience of the Japanese language learner is typically quite different from the learner of a European foreign language. It is also more challenging for the teacher, because the support and experience base for teaching Japanese is not nearly as rich or established as that for teaching Spanish or French. This book is an attempt by Japanese language teachers in Washington State to remedy this gap by specifying standards of instructional content and student performance that are comprehensive, explicit, and achievable. This book itself is not a curriculum--it is more of a framework. It should be read as a resource document--as a tool for building curricula that will allow students to achieve functional communication skills in Japanese. These guidelines are intended to assist individual teachers and professional associations throughout the United States in designing curricula. Chapter titles include the following: "Principles and Strategies"; "Topics, Functions, and Concepts"; "A Framework for Assessment"; "Authenticity, Context, and Culture"; "Written Language"; "On the Role of Explanation and Transcription"; and Teacher Preparation and Training." (Appendices cover topic areas, communicative functions, concepts, and contain a glossary.) (KFT)
Highlighting a wide array of topics such as gamification, mobile technologies, and virtual reality, this book is essential for language educators, educational software developers, IT consultants, K-20 institutions, principals, professionals ...
Author: Andujar, Alberto
Publisher: IGI Global
The use of technological tools to foster language development has led to advances in language methodologies and changed the approach towards language instruction. The tendency towards developing more autonomous learners has emphasized the need for technological tools that could contribute to this shift in foreign language learning. Computer-assisted language learning and mobile-assisted language learning have greatly collaborated to foster language instruction out of the classroom environment, offering possibilities for distance learning and expanding in-class time. Recent Tools for Computer- and Mobile-Assisted Foreign Language Learning is a scholarly research book that explores current strategies for foreign language learning through the use of technology and introduces new technological tools and evaluates existing ones that foster language development. Highlighting a wide array of topics such as gamification, mobile technologies, and virtual reality, this book is essential for language educators, educational software developers, IT consultants, K-20 institutions, principals, professionals, academicians, researchers, curriculum designers, and students.
Author: Barbara Hanna
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Public Internet discussion forums offer vast possibilities for interaction with speakers of other languages, with newspaper websites from many countries proposing forums on a smorgasbord of topics from travel to tertiary education to techno music. These sites provide opportunities both for authentic foreign language practice, and for developing intercultural competence. Currently, however, public forums are largely ignored by language educators in favour of purpose-built exchanges between learners. The authors investigate the untapped pedagogical potential of these forums. Drawing on examples from English- and French-language media websites, they explore cultural differences in public forum discussion, and propose guidelines for participating effectively and maximising the learning opportunities. Case studies highlight the skills needed to venture beyond learner-to-learner interaction and engage with another culture autonomously, in roles other than that of student. The emphasis on strategies for successful and culturally sensitive interaction in authentic contexts makes the book a valuable tool for teachers and learners of any language.
1996 , 1997 , 2002 ISBN 0-8248–1910–1 $ 20 . TELECOLLABORATION The
Symposium on Local & Global Electronic Networking in IN FOREIGN Foreign
Language Learning & Research , part of the National Foreign Language
Author: Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
"This volume features cutting-edge research on L2 pragmatics from a wide range of theoretical and methodological approaches. It offers fresh perspectives on standard topics such as the use and learning of speech acts and the pragmatic meanings of linguistic resources, and the effect of planned intervention on pragmatic development in language instruction. The chapters also document researchers' increasing attention to different forms of computer-mediated communication as environments for using and developing L2 pragmatic competence, and of conversation analysis as an approach to different aspects of interaction in a variety of settings."--Publisher's website (nflrc.hawaii.edu/).
The OR of the twenty - first century can and must be different . 3 . 1 CLINICAL
NEEDS FOR TELECOLLABORATION Limitations of the clinical uses of
telecollaboration in the OR were identified are uncertain and nonstandardized ...
Author: Osman Ratib
Publisher: Society of Photo Optical
Category: Technology & Engineering
Proceedings of SPIE present the original research papers presented at SPIE conferences and other high-quality conferences in the broad-ranging fields of optics and photonics. These books provide prompt access to the latest innovations in research and technology in their respective fields. Proceedings of SPIE are among the most cited references in patent literature.
Journal of Educational Computing Research , 20 , 363 – 374 . Harris , J . ( 1999 )
. First steps in telecollaboration . Learning and Leading with Technology , 27 , 54
– 57 . Harris , J . ( 2002 ) . Wherefore art thou telecollaboration ? Learning and ...
Author: Judith Westphal Irwin
Publisher: Pearson College Division
The Third Edition of Teaching Reading Comprehension Processes is a comprehensive and eclectic book on teaching reading comprehension in the elementary grades. The overarching goal of this text is to encourage critical thinking and to challenge readers to examine preconceived ideas and beliefs about teaching comprehension. This well-researched text is a comprehensive overview of how the relationship among reader, text and situation affects the reading process and why comprehension takes place. The Third Edition explores various and contending schools of thought in reading comprehension research and successfully gives students perspective on the socio-cultural influences on reading comprehension.
Technology - supported mathematics environments : telecollaboration in a
secondary statistics classroom . ... the many other functions that modern
computers now A20 00003 ; A20 00005 ; A20 00006 ; A30 00019 ; D40 00201 ;
Contains abstracts in the field of mathematics education extracted from documents worldwide.
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and Manufacturing . ” http : / / www . cs . brown . edu / stc / resea / director ... 3ds .
com / brand / enovia / 20 . Mortenson , M . E . , 1997 , Geometric Modeling , 2nd ...
Category: Computer-aided design
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EUROMED identifies 20 building blocks as shown in Figure 1. The 20 building
blocks are : 1. Communication 2. Accessibility 3. Storage 4. Privacy and Security
5. Navigation 6. Transmission 7. Telecollaboration 8 . Visualisation and ...
Author: IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Annual Conference
Publisher: Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers(IEEE)
Category: Biomedical engineering
These proceedings document the 20th Annual International Conference of the IEEE/EMB Society held in Amsterdam in 1998. Covering the entire field of biomedical including the latest development in instrumentation, neourotechnology, rehabilitation engineering, imaging signal & image processing, cardiac system, neuromuscular system, sensory systems, physiological system modeling, measurement techniques, clinical engineering & tissue engineering. Partial Contents: Cardiovascular Systems; Medical Imaging; Clinical Engineering; Medical Informatics; Signal Processing; Neuromuscular Systems; Biomechanics; Physiological Systems; Modeling & Identification; Instrumentation
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Category: Computer literacy
Belz , J . A . ( 2003 ) Linguistic Perspectives on the Development of Intercultural
Competence in Telecollaboration ... S . and D . Marsh ( 2002 ) On Being an
Online Tutor , Innovations in Education and Teaching International 39 ( 1 ) : 14 –
Author: M. Lamy
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
This offers a framework for thinking about technologies that allow online communication, for example, forums, chats, real-time platforms as well as virtual worlds and mobile devices, and the practical issues of using them. The authors offer a thorough appraisal of the potential benefits and challenges of learning and teaching a language online.
... we have reviewed the importance of technology and the Internet to the
information needs of the twenty - first century . ... Telecollaboration
Telecollaboration projects connect classrooms so students can interact on THE
Author: Beverley E. Crane
Publisher: Neal Schuman Pub
Discusses the use of the Internet in education, covering acceptable-use policies, Web site evaluation, online research sources, integration with different instructional styles, and incorporation into specific curricular areas.
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Telecollaboration , 23 – 24 Teleconferencing , 27 – 28. 19 - 20 INDEX 235.
Author: Alan G. Chute
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
Category: Business & Economics
This comprehensive guide addresses the needs and concerns of HR and training managers who want to help their organizations implement distance learning programs but don't know where to start. The Handbook offers practical advice to help get your organization started in distance learning or improve your existing distance learning program. Topics covered include how to apply distance learning to new product and policy information, job skills training/retraining, advanced professional education, management development courses, and customer education.
Reflection of Presence : Toward more natural and responsive telecollaboration
Stefan Agamanolis , Alex Westner ... edu MIT Media Laboratory 20 Ames Street ,
Cambridge , Massachusetts 02139 USA ABSTRACT The purpose of Reflection of
Author: V. Michael Bove
Publisher: Society of Photo Optical