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Research on the formats and ways of conducting and organising Online and Digital Language Learning.
Blended Learning Articles
Bañados, E. (2013). A Blended-learning Pedagogical Model for Teaching and Learning EFL Successfully Through an Online Interactive Multimedia Environment. CALICO Journal, 23(3), pp.533-550.
Education Technology. (2019). [online] Available at: https://edtechnology.co.uk/Article/the-impact-of-blended-learning [Accessed 23 Jan. 2019].
Frydrychová Klímová, B. (2014). Blended learning. CALL and Foreign Language Education: e-textbook for foreign language teachers, pp.106-110.
Kosar, G. (2016). A Study of EFL Instructors Perceptions of Blended Learning. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 232, pp.736-744.
Laborda, G.J (2008). Review : Blended learning: Using technology in and beyond the language classroom. Journal of Educational Technology & Society , Vol. 11, No. 3, pp. 289- 291.
TeachThought. (2019). The Definition Of Blended Learning. [online] Available at: https://www.teachthought.com/learning/the-definition-of-blended-learning/ [Accessed 23 Jan. 2019].
Tudini, V. (2015). Interactivity in the teaching and learning of foreign languages: what it means for resourcing and delivery of online and blended programmes. The Language Learning Journal, 46(2), pp.132-145.
Zhang, W. and Han, C. (2012). A Case Study of the Application of a Blended Learning Approach to Web-based College English Teaching Platform in a Medical University in Eastern China. Theory and Practice in Language Studies, 2(9).
Flipped Classroom Articles
Arntsen, T. (2013). | The Flipped Classroom. [online] TESOL Blog. Available at: http://blog.tesol.org/the-flipped-classroom/ [Accessed 23 Jan. 2019].
Basal, A. (2015). The implementation of a flipped classroom in foreign language teaching. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, 0(0).
Chen Hsieh, J., Wu, W. and Marek, M. (2016). Using the flipped classroom to enhance EFL learning. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 30(1-2), pp.1-21.
EFL Magazine. (2015). Is The Flipped Classroom Relevant to ELT? - EFL Magazine. [online] Available at: https://www.eflmagazine.com/flipped-classroom-relevant-elt/ [Accessed 23 Jan. 2019].
Harrison, L. (2013). The Flipped Classroom in ELT | ELTjam. [online] ELTjam. Available at: https://eltjam.com/the-flipped-classroom-in-elt/ [Accessed 23 Jan. 2019].
Helgeson, J. (2015). Flipping the English Classroom. Kappa Delta Pi Record, 51(2), pp.64-68.
Herreid, C. and Schiller, N. (2013) Case Studies and the Flipped Classroom, Journal of Science Teaching, Vol. 42, No. 5 pp. 62-66.
Hung, H. (2014). Flipping the classroom for English language learners to foster active learning. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 28(1), pp.81-96.
Wu, Wen-chi & Chen Hsieh, Jun & Yang, Jie Chi. (2017). Creating an online learning community in a flipped classroom to enhance EFL learners' oral proficiency. Educational Technology & Society. 20. 142-157.
Yu, Z and Wang G (April 2016) Academic Achievements and Satisfaction of the Clicker-Aided Flipped Business English Writing Class, Journal of Educational Technology & Society , Vol. 19, No. 2, Intelligent and Affective Learning Environments: New Trends and
Zainuddin, Z. and Attaran, M. (2015). Malaysian students’ perceptions of flipped classroom: a case study. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 53(6), pp.660-670.
Zhang, J. (2017). “Flipped Class Mode” Applied to Reading and Writing Class With WeChat APP. Sino-US English Teaching, 14(6).
Conole, G. (2016). MOOCs as disruptive technologies: strategies for enhancing the learner experience and quality of MOOCs. Revista de Educación a Distancia (RED), (50).
Evans, S. and Myrick, J. (2015). How MOOC instructors view the pedagogy and purposes of massive open online courses. Distance Education, 36(3), pp.295-311.
Finardi, K., Silveira, N., Lima, S. and Mendes, A. (2016). MOOC in the Inverted CLIL Approach: Hybridizing English Teaching/Learning. Studies in English Language Teaching, 4(4), p.473.
Kay, J. Reimann, P. Diebold, E. and Kummerfeld B. (2013) MOOCs: So Many Learners, So Much Potential, AI and Education, May/June pp. 2-9.
Konstantinidis, A. (2018). Review of In this together: Teachers’ experiences with transnational, telecollaborative language learning projects. Language Learning & Technology, 22(3), 33-36.
Zhang, Q., Peck, K.L., Hristova, A. et al. (2016) Exploring the communication preferences of MOOC learners and the value of preference-based groups: Is grouping enough? Education Tech Research Development 64: 809 -837.
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