Language MOOCs: Providing Learning, Transcending Boundaries
by Elena Martin-monje, Elena Bercena
Publisher: De Gruyter Open 2015
Number of pages: 185
Language MOOCs are dedicated Web-based online courses for second languages with unrestricted access and potentially unlimited participation. This pioneering book presents an initial analysis of the theoretical and methodological issues underlying LMOOCs and presents empirical evidence of their potential for the development of language communicative competences, based upon previously unpublished research.
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by George McAllister - Wikibooks
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