Chatting, Chatten or Chattare: Using a Multilingual Workspace for Language and Culture Learning

Ursula Stickler

Abstract


This paper will describe the results of analyses carried out on multilingual chat sessions that took place in the context of LITERALIA, a 24-months long project funded by the European Unionâ??s Grundtvig initiative to support: â??Learning In Tandem to Encourage Reciprocal Autonomous Learning In Adults - LITERALIA

Keywords


e-learning, language learning, independent learning, online collaborative learning

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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