Book Review: Researching Online Foreign Language Interaction and Exchange, Theories, Methods and Challenges
This book looks at online interaction and exchange which is a language teaching approach that has increasingly attracted the attention of researchers and practitioners in the field of foreign language (FL) education. The book outlines some of the key theoretical approaches, methods and tools that have been productively applied to the study of this type of interaction.
Keywordstelecollaboration, EFL, research methods
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