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A Two Year Cross-Section of Student Use of Self-Access eLearning

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Author(s): Richard S. Pinner

Journal: Studies in Self-Access Learning Journal
ISSN 2185-3762

Volume: 2;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 170;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: self-access | training | computer-aided language learning | CALL | Moodle

ABSTRACT
Over a two year period of using a Moodle based self-access resource, student logins were measured against student numbers in schools in order to evaluate the percentage of students’ usage. Peaks in student use seemed to correspond with teacher training initiatives. This paper outlines these initiatives and the relationship between student use of self-access ICT resources and teacher training. It also details the types of training and incentives offered to both teachers and students to improve the usage figures of self-access.
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