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Autonomy and foreign language learning in a virtual learning environment, Miranda Hamilton

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Autonomy and foreign language learning in a virtual learning environment
Title
Autonomy and foreign language learning in a virtual learning environment
Statement of responsibility
Miranda Hamilton
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
NhCcYBP
Dewey number
418.0078
Index
no index present
LC call number
P53.855
LC item number
.H36 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Advances in digital language learning and teaching
Label
Autonomy and foreign language learning in a virtual learning environment, Miranda Hamilton
Link
http://www.byu.eblib.com/EBLWeb/patron/?target=patron&extendedid=P_1164278_0
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Publication
Note
The autonomous view: Autonomy as a response to the technologically reconfigured dimensions of the learning environment in the
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Series; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1 Paradox and Promise: Autonomy, Foreign Language Learning and Technology; Assumptions about autonomy and technology; The problem: Understanding the nature of the relationship between autonomy, language learning and technology; The search for understanding; The research problem; 2 Understanding Autonomy: An Overview; Philosophical dimensions of the concept of autonomy; Theories of knowledge and approaches to learning; Versions of autonomy; A theoretical definition of autonomy in a VLE
  • An evaluation of three conceptual frameworks for autonomy in language educationFramework for autonomy in a VLE; Conclusion; 3 Technology: Virtual Promise or Virtual Reality -- the Pedagogical Challenge; The virtual promise of technology in SLA; The virtual reality of technology in SLA; Theoretical distinctions delineating different approaches to language learning with technology; Summary and conclusion; 4 Shadow Dancing: Autonomy in Action; Working towards understanding the nature of the relationship between autonomy and foreign language learning
  • Capturing and evaluating autonomous learner behaviour in response to a VLE: The development of a working definition and a theThe ecological approach: The development of a conceptual framework; Aspects of design and data; Insights into the context, the case study and the learners; Messing about with Moodle: The development of EI; 5 Learner Reflections about Learning English as a Foreign Language and the Role of Technology; Students' reflections on aspects of their current EFL learning environment; Students' perceptions about effective language learning; Learner confidence in technology
  • Emerging tensions: Potential for independence in the classroom6 Perceptions and Reality 1: Students' Response to Using a VLE in Computer Room Lessons; L2 free expression -- patterns of use of the target language; Students' reasons for using English in EI lessons; Evaluation of learners' assignments and use of the VLE forums; Learner autonomy within EI VLE blended lessons; EI: More than an electronic workbook; 7 Perceptions and Reality 2: Beyond the Classroom -- Students' Free Time Use of the VLE; Student free-time activity and the VLE autonomy framework; Free-time mode: Discussion forums
  • Language production: Obligation or choice with the free-time component of English International?Implicit interaction within the free-time component of English International; Forum writing and the wider audience; Student perceptions of the value of free-time engagement with the English International forums; 8 An Ecological Perspective of Autonomy, Foreign Language Learning and Technology; An ecological representation of the conceptual framework; The guided view: Autonomy led by design in the VLE classroom and free-time VLE access
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781441153685
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
UtOrBLW
Label
Autonomy and foreign language learning in a virtual learning environment, Miranda Hamilton
Link
http://www.byu.eblib.com/EBLWeb/patron/?target=patron&extendedid=P_1164278_0
Publication
Note
The autonomous view: Autonomy as a response to the technologically reconfigured dimensions of the learning environment in the
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Series; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1 Paradox and Promise: Autonomy, Foreign Language Learning and Technology; Assumptions about autonomy and technology; The problem: Understanding the nature of the relationship between autonomy, language learning and technology; The search for understanding; The research problem; 2 Understanding Autonomy: An Overview; Philosophical dimensions of the concept of autonomy; Theories of knowledge and approaches to learning; Versions of autonomy; A theoretical definition of autonomy in a VLE
  • An evaluation of three conceptual frameworks for autonomy in language educationFramework for autonomy in a VLE; Conclusion; 3 Technology: Virtual Promise or Virtual Reality -- the Pedagogical Challenge; The virtual promise of technology in SLA; The virtual reality of technology in SLA; Theoretical distinctions delineating different approaches to language learning with technology; Summary and conclusion; 4 Shadow Dancing: Autonomy in Action; Working towards understanding the nature of the relationship between autonomy and foreign language learning
  • Capturing and evaluating autonomous learner behaviour in response to a VLE: The development of a working definition and a theThe ecological approach: The development of a conceptual framework; Aspects of design and data; Insights into the context, the case study and the learners; Messing about with Moodle: The development of EI; 5 Learner Reflections about Learning English as a Foreign Language and the Role of Technology; Students' reflections on aspects of their current EFL learning environment; Students' perceptions about effective language learning; Learner confidence in technology
  • Emerging tensions: Potential for independence in the classroom6 Perceptions and Reality 1: Students' Response to Using a VLE in Computer Room Lessons; L2 free expression -- patterns of use of the target language; Students' reasons for using English in EI lessons; Evaluation of learners' assignments and use of the VLE forums; Learner autonomy within EI VLE blended lessons; EI: More than an electronic workbook; 7 Perceptions and Reality 2: Beyond the Classroom -- Students' Free Time Use of the VLE; Student free-time activity and the VLE autonomy framework; Free-time mode: Discussion forums
  • Language production: Obligation or choice with the free-time component of English International?Implicit interaction within the free-time component of English International; Forum writing and the wider audience; Student perceptions of the value of free-time engagement with the English International forums; 8 An Ecological Perspective of Autonomy, Foreign Language Learning and Technology; An ecological representation of the conceptual framework; The guided view: Autonomy led by design in the VLE classroom and free-time VLE access
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781441153685
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
UtOrBLW

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