volume 12, issue 3, P219-239 1999
DOI: 10.1076/call.12.3.219.5715
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Abstract: Advocates of project-based approaches to learning and instruction in networked computer environments emphasize the social dimensions of language learning. Such approaches, they argue, represent a significant shift away from the view of computers as a tool for individual use, and fundamentally change CALL pedagogies. To date, little research has been conducted on the views of students and instructors regarding these changes. The present study reports on the use of qualitative methods to investigate instructor …

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