New directions in telecollaborative research and practice: selected papers from the second conference on telecollaboration in higher education

Edited by Sake Jager, Malgorzata Kurek, Breffni O'Rourke.


DOI: 10.14705/rpnet.2016.telecollab2016.9781908416414
Publication date: 2016-11-28
Licence: CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
Language: English

© 2016 Sake Jager, Malgorzata Kurek, Breffni O'Rourke.

New directions in telecollaborative research and practice: selected papers from the second conference on telecollaboration in higher education

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This collection of papers, consisting of 39 delegate contributions and three keynote articles from “New directions in telecollaborative research and practice: the second conference on telecollaboration in higher education” hosted by Trinity College Dublin in April 2016, offers a window on a rapidly evolving form of learning. Telecollaboration is used in many formats and contexts, but has as a defining feature the ability to unite learners from classrooms around the world in meaningful computer-mediated tasks and activities. This cross-disciplinary overview discusses telecollaboration in support of language and culture, teacher training, student mobility, and other disciplines and skills from a range of analytical perspectives. It will be of interest to anyone working in HE as an educator, researcher, educational designer, mobility officer, decision maker or administrator.

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Notes on contributors
Jager, Sake; Kurek, Malgorzata; O’Rourke, Breffni.
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Scientific committee
Jager, Sake; Kurek, Malgorzata; O’Rourke, Breffni.
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O’Rourke, Breffni.
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New directions in telecollaborative research and practice: introduction
Jager, Sake; Kurek, Malgorzata; O’Rourke, Breffni.
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Telecollaboration and student mobility for language learning
Kinginger, Celeste.
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A task is a task is a task is a task… or is it? Researching telecollaborative teacher competence development – the need for more qualitative research
Müller-Hartmann, Andreas.
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Learner autonomy and telecollaborative language learning
Little, David.
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Developing intercultural communicative competence across the Americas
Ceo-DiFrancesco, Diane; Mora, Oscar; Serna Collazos, Andrea.
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CHILCAN: a Chilean-Canadian intercultural telecollaborative language exchange
Rojas-Primus, Constanza.
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Multifaceted dimensions of telecollaboration through English as a Lingua Franca (ELF): Paris-Valladolid intercultural telecollaboration project
Castro, Paloma; Derivry-Plard, Martine.
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Student perspectives on intercultural learning from an online teacher education partnership
Sauro, Shannon.
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Blogging as a tool for intercultural learning in a telecollaborative study
Yang, Se Jeong.
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Intergenerational telecollaboration: what risks for what rewards?
Johnson, Erica.
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p. 97
Telecollaboration, challenges and oppportunities
Abruquah, Emmanuel; Dosa, Ildiko; Duda, Grażyna.
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Exploring telecollaboration through the lensof university students: a Spanish-Cypriottelecollaborative exchange
Nicolaou, Anna; Sevilla-Pavón, Ana.
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A comparison of telecollaborative classes between Japan and Asian-Pacific countries – Asian-Pacific Exchange Collaboration (APEC) project
Shimizu, Yoshihiko; Pack, Dwayne; Kano, Mikio; Okazaki, Hiroyuki; Yamamura, Hiroto.
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Incorporating cross-cultural videoconferencing to enhance Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) at the tertiary level
Loranc-Paszylk, Barbara.
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Multimodal strategies allowing corrective feedback to be softened during webconferencing-supported interactions
Wigham, Ciara R.; Vidal, Julie.
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Problem-solving interaction in GFL videoconferencing
Hoshii, Makiko; Schumacher, Nicole.
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Interactional dimension of online asynchronous exchange in an asymmetric telecollaboration
Loizidou, Dora; Mangenot, François.
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Telecollaboration in secondary EFL: a blended teacher education course
Whyte, Shona; Gijsen, Linda.
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It takes two to tango: online teacher tandems for teaching in English
Valcke, Jennifer; Romero Alfaro, Elena.
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Getting their feet wet: trainee EFL teachers in Germany and Israel collaborate online to promote their telecollaboration competence through experiential learning
Waldman, Tina; Harel, Efrat; Schwab, Götz.
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Teacher competences for telecollaboration: the role of coaching
Melchor-Couto, Sabela; Jauregi, Kristi.
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Preparing student mobility through telecollaboration
Giralt, Marta; Jeanneau, Catherine.
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What are the perceived effects of telecollaboration compared to othercommunication-scenarios with peers?
Nissen, Elke.
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The “Bologna-München” Tandem – experiencing interculturality
De Martino, Sandro.
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Comparing the development of transversal skills between virtual and physical exchanges
Van der Velden, Bart; Millner, Sophie; Van der Heijden, Casper.
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Making virtual exchange/telecollaboration mainstream – large scale exchanges
Hagley, Eric.
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Searching for telecollaboration in secondary geography education in Germany
Deutscher, Jelena.
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Communication strategies in a telecollaboration project with a focus on Latin American history
Fernández, Susana S.
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Students’ perspective on Web 2.0-enhanced telecollaboration as added value in translator education
Marczak, Mariusz.
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Intercultural communication for professional development: creative approaches in higher education
Mesh, Linda Joy.
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Illustrating challenges and practicing competencies for global technology-assisted collaboration: lessons from a real-time north-south teaching collaboration
Capobianco, Stephen; Rubaii, Nadia; Líppez-De Castro, Sebastian.
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Telecollaboration as a tool for building intercultural and interreligious understanding: the Sousse-Villanova programme
Mason, Jonathan.
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Vicious cycles of turn negotiation in video-mediated telecollaboration: interactional sociolinguistics perspective
Akiyama, Yuka.
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A corpus-based study of the use of pronouns in the asynchronous discussion forums in the online intercultural exchange MexCo
Orsini-Jones, Marina; Gazeley-Eke, Zoe; Leinster, Hannah.
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Cooperative autonomy in online lingua franca exchanges: a case study on foreign language education in secondary schools
Hoffstaedter, Petra; Kohn, Kurt.
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Emerging affordances in telecollaborative multimodal interactions
Dey-Plissonneau, Aparajita; Blin, Françoise.
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Telecollaboration in online communities for L2 learning
Malerba, Maria Luisa; Appel, Christine.
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Fostering students’ engagement with topical issues through different modes of online exchange
Batardière, Marie-Thérèse; Helm, Francesca.
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A conversation analysis approach to researching eTandems – the challenges of data collection
Renner, Julia.
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DOTI: Databank of Oral Teletandem Interactions
Aranha, Solange; Leone, Paola.
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Author index
Jager, Sake; Kurek, Malgorzata; O’Rourke, Breffni.
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