Researching Language Learner Interactions Online: From Social Media to MOOCs

The 2015 CALICO Monograph: Researching Language Learner Interactions Online: From Social Media to MOOCs edited by Ed Dixon and Michael Thomas is now available.


Ch. 1
Edward Dixon
Michael Thomas

Ch. 2 Dana Milstein Pancake People, Throwaway Culture, and En Media Res Practices: A New Era of Distance Foreign Language Learning

Ch. 3 Alice Chik English Language Teaching Apps: Reconceptualizing Learners, Parents, and Teachers

Ch. 4
Timothy Lewis
Anna Comas-Quinn
Mirjam Hauck

Clustering, Collaboration, and Community: Sociality at Work in a cMOOC

Ch. 5 Fernando Rubio The Role of Interaction in MOOCs and Traditional Technology-Enhanced Language Courses

Ch. 6
Edward Dixon
Carolin Fuchs

Face to Face, Online, or MOOC–How the Format Impacts Content, Objectives, Assignments, and Assessments

Ch. 7
Vickie Karasic
Anu Vedantham

Video Creation Tools for Language Learning: Lessons Learned

Ch. 8
Michael Thomas

Researching Machinima in Project-Based Language Learning: Learner-Generated Content in the CAMELOT Project

Ch. 9 Yuki Akiyama Task-Based Investigations of Learner Perceptions: Affordances of Video-Based eTandem Learning

Ch. 10 Ilona Vandergriff Exercising Learner Agency in Forum Interactions in a Profesionally Moderated Language Learning Networking Site

Ch. 11 Motoko I. Christensen
Mark Christensen Language Learner Interaction in Social Network Site Virtual Worlds

Ch. 12 Geraldine Blattner
Amanda Dalola
Lara Lomicka Tweetsmarts: A Pragmatic Analysis of Well Known Native French Speaker Tweeters

Ch. 13 Theresa Schenker Telecollaboration for Novice Language Learners–Negotiation of Meaning in Text Chats between Nonnative and Native Speakers

Ch. 14 Giulia Messina Dahlberg
Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta Learning On-The-Go in Institutional Telecollaboration: Anthropological Perspectives on the Boundaries of Digital Spaces

Ch. 15 Marie-Thérèse Batardière Examining Cognitive Presence in Students’ Asynchronous Online Discussions

Ch. 16 Kelsey D. White Orientations and Access to German-Speaking Communities in Virtual Environments

Ch. 17 Megan Case Language Students’ Personal Learning Environments Through an Activity Theory Lens

Ch. 18 Bonnie Youngs
Sarah Moss-Horwitz
Elizabeth Snyder Educational Data Mining for Elementary French On-line: A Descriptive Study

Ch. 19 Stephanie Link
Zhi Li Understanding Online Interaction Through Learning Analytics: Defining a Theory-Based Research Agenda