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Dilemmas of “Me”, “You” and “Us” in Blogging: UCCLLT follow-up

Written By: daveski on April 24, 2010 No Comment

To all who attended the talk by Usree and Dave at the UC Consortium Conference at UC San Diego, thank you for coming! Here is a list of references on blogging and language education that we drew from in the presentation (list is currently being updated):

  • Abbas Ali Rezaee & Samaneh Oladi. 2008. The Effect of Blogging on Language Learners’ Improvement in Social  Writing Proficiency Interactions and
  • Alm. 2009. Blogs as protected spaces for language learners.
  • Armstrong, K. & Retterer, O. 2008. Blogging as L2 Writing: A Case Study.
  • Bloch. 2007. Abdullah’s blogging: A generation 1.5 student enters the blogosphere.
  • Comas-Quinn, Anna; Mardomingo, Raquel and Valentine, Chris. 2009. Mobile blogs in language learning: making the most of informal and situated learning opportunities.
  • de Almeida Soares. 2008. Understanding class blogs as a tool for language development.
  • de Izquierdo & Reyes. 2009. Effectiveness of Blogging to Practice Reading at a Freshman EFL Program.
  • Dippold. 2009. Peer Feedback Through Blogs: Student and teacher perceptions in an advanced German class.
  • Ducate & Lomicka. 2008. Adventures in the blogosphere: from blog readers to blog writers.
  • Duffy, Peter D. and Bruns, Axel. 2006. The Use of Blogs, Wikis and RSS in Education: A Conversation of Possibilities.
  • Fellner & Apple. 2006. Developing writing fluency and  lexical complexity with blogs.
  • Idoia & Oskoz. 2009. Blogging: Fostering Intercultural Competence Development in Foreign Language and Study Abroad Contexts
  • Jones & Nuhfer-Halten. 2006. Uses of Blogs in L2 Instruction.
  • Lee. 2009. Promoting intercultural exchanges with blogs and podcasting: a study of  Spanish–American telecollaboration.
  • Liou & Penga. 2009. Training effects on computer-mediated peer review.
  • Murray, L, Hourigan, T. & Jeanneau, C. 2007. Blog writing integration for academic language learning purposes: towards an assessment framework.
  • Murray and Hourigan. 2008. Blogs for specific purposes: Expressivist or socio-cognitivist approach?
  • Mynard. 2008. A blog as a Tool for Reflection for English Language.
  • Quintero. 2008. Blogging: A way to foster EFL writing
  • Thorne & Payne. 2005. Evolutionary trajectories, Internet-mediated expression, and language education.
  • Yang, S.-H. 2009. Using Blogs to Enhance Critical Reflection and Community of Practice.

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