"What I think works well...": Learners' evaluation and actual usage of online tools

Abstract : This paper will describe and analyse data gathered during a pilot language course run fully online and based on a Moodle VLE. The new online tools, whether as part of an integrated VLE or separately, lend themselves to reflective learning (e.g. blogs) or collaborative group activities (e.g. wikis). This case study of two learners is based on the project “CyberDeutsch” at the Department of Languages of the Open University, a five week, intensive German course offered to self-selected intermediate level students.
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Ursula Stickler, Regine Hampel. "What I think works well...": Learners' evaluation and actual usage of online tools. Conference ICL2007, September 26 -28, 2007, 2007, Villach, Austria. 20 p. ⟨hal-00197207⟩

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