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Ludwig, Christian / Van de Poel, Kris (Hrsg.): Collaborative Learning and New Media. New Insights into an Evolving Field. 382 S. - Frankfurt am Main / Bern / Bruxelles / New York / Oxford / Warszawa / Wien: Lang, 2017.
ISBN: 978-3-631-66797-2

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This book is an essential resource for researchers in the field of applied linguistics as well as practising teachers and teacher trainees in secondary and higher education. It explores collaboration in the foreign language classroom through the use of new media. Combining theoretical, empirical and practical insights into this intricate area of research, the contributions take different approaches across a wide range of international contexts.


Ludwig, Christian / Van de Poel, Kris:
  Introduction S. 7
Ludwig, Christian / Van de Poel, Kris:
  Collaborative Learning and the New Media S. 13
Colpaert, Jozef / Gijsen, Linda:
  Ontological Specification of Telecollaborative Tasks in Language Teaching S. 23
Legenhausen, Lienhard:
  Authentic Interactions and Language Learning – The Interaction Hypothesis Revisited S. 41
Schenker, Theresa / Poorman, Fiona Heather:
  Students’ Perceptions of Telecollaborative Communication Tools S. 55
Eisenmann, Maria:
  Differentiation and Individualisation through Digital Media S. 73
Kersten, Saskia:
  Email Communication in the EEL classroom S. 87
dal Bianco, Veronica / Moore-Walter, Lawrie:
  Tools and Collaborative Tasks for Enabling Language Learning in a Blended Learning Environment S. 103
Merse, Thorsten / Poorman, Fiona Heather:
  Voices from the University Classroom: Using Social Media for Collaborative Learning in Language Teacher Education S. 129
Fourie, Christine:
  Facing (and Facebooking) Authentic Tasks in a Blended Learning Environment: Metacognitive Awareness Demonstrated by Medical Students S. 151
Van de Poel, Kris / Gasiorek, Jessica:
  Collaborative Academic Acculturation Processes in a Blended-Learning Approach S. 177
Gabel, Stephan / Schmidt, Jochen:
  Collaborative Writing with Writing Pads in the Foreign Language Classroom – Chances and Limitations S. 189
Buendgens-Kosten, Judith:
  Writing for a ‘Real Audience’?
The Role of Audience in Computer-Assisted Language Learning
S. 213
Falk, Simon:
  “Let's Work Together” – How Mobile-Assisted Language Learning Can Contribute to More Collaboration and Interaction among Students S. 227
Van Poeck, Bert:
  Critical Perspectives on the Collaborative Learning Potential of Digital Game-Based Learning in the Foreign Language Classroom S. 241
Rumlich, Dominik / Ahlers, Sabine:
  The Rich Environment of CLIL Classes as an Ideal Setting for Collaborative Learning S. 255
Mynard, Jo:
  Investigating Social Presence in a Social Networking Environment S. 271
Ruelens, Elke / Van deneynde, Nick / Vermandere, Dieter:
  A Preliminary Needs Analysis for Online Collaborative Language Learning S. 291
Ludwig, Christian / Van de Poel, Kris:
  Postscript S. 311
Ludwig, Christian / Van de Poel, Kris:
  Further reading S. 315
References S. 323
Editors/Contributors S. 373