Researching multimodal communicative competence in video and audio telecollaborative encounters

Dooly, Melinda and Hauck, Mirjam (2012). Researching multimodal communicative competence in video and audio telecollaborative encounters. In: Dooly, Melinda and O'Dowd, Robert eds. Researching Online Interaction and Exchange in Foreign Language Education. Telecollaboration in Education (3). Bern: Peter Lang Publishing Group, pp. 135–162.

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Abstract

Research in areas as diverse as educational psychology, applied lin-guistics, sociolinguistics, anthropology, sociology, communication and didactics (to name a few) has undertaken increasingly more complex investigations into the roles of language, literacy and learn-ing, especially as education in today’s society falls under rising scru-tiny. Among the key issues are the purpose of and appropriate ap-proach to language and literacy education in a world dominated by technological advances. The need for a different, new type of literate citizen is often highlighted in public discourse as well as among academics.

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