Interdependent Autonomy: Face-to-Face and Digital Media in Modern Language Learning
AffiliationUniversity of Huelva; University of Chester
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AbstractThis chapter reflects on the role of face-to-face and digital supported learning in higher education in the UK. By means of a survey conducted among language learners the authors anlyse the learner's use of technologies and their preferences and attitudes towards online, face-to-face and blended language learning.
CitationFonseca-Mora, M. C., Gant, M., & Herrero Machancoses, F. (2017). Interdependent Autonomy: Face-to-Face and Digital Media in Modern Languages Learning. In M. Jimenez Raya, J. Martos Ramos, & M. Tassinari (Eds.), Learner and Teacher Autonomy in Higher Education: Perspectives from Modern Language Teaching. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
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