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Peer review process completion rates and subsequent student perceptions within completely online versus blended modes of study
Grant,Sean
2016-11-01
Source PublicationSystem
ISSN0346-251X
Volume62Pages:93-101
AbstractIntegration of technology into many areas of the language learning classroom is increasingly becoming a reality, and peer review of student writing is one area in particular which has shown to benefit from these technology enhancements. This study explored the ability of students to autonomously complete a suite of technology enhanced (TE) training, practice and actual asynchronous peer review activities using only a learning management system (LMS). In addition, the study gauged differences in student perceptions and attitudes when undertaking this process in a completely online versus blended mode of study. Results suggest students can successfully carry out TE training, practice and asynchronous peer review activities autonomously through an LMS completely online, but they exhibit more favorable attitudes and motivation when this process is conducted in a blended mode within a computer laboratory.
KeywordAsynchronous communication Blended learning CALL Online learning Peer review
DOI10.1016/j.system.2016.06.010
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Language英语
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
AffiliationUniversity of MacauAvenida da Universidade,Taipa,Central Teaching Building,E7-2010,Macao
First Author AffilicationUniversity of Macau
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Grant,Sean. Peer review process completion rates and subsequent student perceptions within completely online versus blended modes of study[J]. System,2016,62:93-101.
APA Grant,Sean.(2016).Peer review process completion rates and subsequent student perceptions within completely online versus blended modes of study.System,62,93-101.
MLA Grant,Sean."Peer review process completion rates and subsequent student perceptions within completely online versus blended modes of study".System 62(2016):93-101.
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