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2022-3
  1. Teaching and Teacher Development in Technology-Enhanced Language Learning
  2. Editorial   Lindsay Miller City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR Junjie Gavin Wu Shenzhen Techno
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  1. The Relevance of Nation's "Four Strands Model" to Online Teaching
  2. Thomas N. Robb Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan Abstract This paper applies Paul Nation’s “Four Strands
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  1. Pre-Service Teachers' Perceptions of Their Digital Feedback Literacy Development Before and During the Pandemic
  2. Jennifer Schluer Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany Abstract Feedback is central to successful learning,
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  1. Changing Technologies or Changing Identities? The Effects of Online Teaching on Educator Identity in Vietnam During COVID-19
  2. Stewart Utley British University Vietnam, Hanoi, Vietnam Jasper Roe James Cook University, Singapore Abstrac
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  1. The Affordances and Challenges of Virtual Reality for Language Teaching
  2. Neil Cowie Okayama University, Japan Mehrasa Alizadeh International Professional University of Technology, Osaka,
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  1. English Language Learners' Experience with Learning Management Systems
  2. Taylor Davis Geneva Tesh University of North Texas, USA Abstract The COVID-19 pandemic forced many educators and
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  1. Community Blog and Narrative Inquiry as Tools for Technology-Enhanced Professional Development for ESL Teachers
  2. Cynthia C. James University of Cambridge, UK Kean Wah Lee University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus, Malaysia
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  1. Helping Teachers Help Their Students Participate in Virtual Exchange: The Importance of Teacher Training
  2. Eric Hagley Hosei University, Japan William Green Sapporo University, Japan Abstract This paper reports on
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  1. Using Instructional Technologies to Cater for Individual Learner Differences
  2. Kevin Balchin Fayza Bouzaki Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Abstract This paper seeks to guide teachers
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  1. Fostering Pre-Service Teachers' Information and Critical Digital Literacy Skills Through a COIL Project
  2. Almut Ketzer-Nöltge Mihaela Markovic Leipzig University, Germany Abstract Critical digital literacy (CDL) s
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  1. A Case of Transition: An Independent Study Course Goes Online
  2. Naomi Fujishima Susan Meiki Okayama University, Japan Abstract Ever since the switch from face-to-face to online
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  1. Computer Assisted Language Learning and Teacher Education: An Interview with Mimi Li
  2. Lindsay Miller City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR Abstract Dr. Mimi Li shares her experiences of researc
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  1. Emerging Technologies and Research Designs in TechnologyEnhanced Language Learning: An Interview with Mark Pegrum
  2. Junjie Gavin Wu Shenzhen Technology University, China Abstract This wide-ranging interview explores current topic
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