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From face to face to distance learning: the online learner's emerging identity

Abstract : Our research takes the module 'Discourse approach to intercultural issues' (in an online Professional MAs in Language Teaching and Learning) as a starting point and aims to identify the main aspects of the online learning culture which could be called the 'newly networked learning culture'. We ask the students to analyse the different aspects of the learning cultures implicit in their course, based on their reflective observations, which constitute our corpus. We show some of the new learning practices and the learning strategies which seem to come into play at the socio-cognitive and socio-relational levels.
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Christine Develotte. From face to face to distance learning: the online learner's emerging identity. Goodfellow, R. & Lamy, M.N. Learning Cultures in Online Education, Continuum, pp.71-92, 2009. ⟨halshs-00372902v2⟩



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