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Title: Student's Reactions to the Use of CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning) in their English Studies
Other Titles: 学生英語の研究におけるCALLの使用(コンピュータ支援言語学習)の反応
Authors: Deadman, Mark
Keywords: Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL)
online learning
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2014
Publisher: 共愛学園前橋国際大学
Abstract: This study is significant in that it evaluates student’s reactions to the use of computer assisted language learning in their English studies. The digital age is growing and expanding quickly in all walks of life. University students appear to be very familiar and confident using new technological devices such as smart phones, tablet computers, and personal computers. Sergeant (2001, p241) states that ‘…many students rank acquisition of computer skills alongside the acquisition of English language as essential for survival in the modern world’. However, many students haven’t been exposed to Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) very much and it is important to know how students perceive and react to the use of one such example of CALL, Moodle, in their English language learning.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/8830
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