Additional resources for Module 3
Challenge and tensions in virtual exchange have been widely discussed in research literature. If you want to learn more, you may find the following selection of research articles useful:
- Feenberg, A., Xin, C. Glass, G. (no year). A Teacher’s Guide to Moderating Online Discussion Forums: From Theory to Practice. Available from Research Gate at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/260983588_A_teacher’s_guide_to_moderating_online_discussion_forums_From_theory_to_practice
- Helm, F. (2015). The practices and challenges of telecollaboration in higher education in Europe, Language, Learning and Technology 19(192): 197-217
- Helm, F.( 2018). Emerging Identities in Virtual Exchange. Research-publishing.net. https://doi.org/10.14705/rpnet.2018.25.9782490057191
- O’Dowd, Robert & Ritter, Markus. (2006). Understanding and Working with ‘Failed Communication’ in Telecollaborative Exchanges. CALICO Journal. 23.
- Ryder, L.H., & Yamagata-Lynch, L. (2014). Understanding tensions: Activity systems analysis of transpacific collaboration. CALICO Journal, 31(2), 201–220.
- Ware, P. D. (2005). ’Missed’ communication in online communication: Tensions in a German-American telecollaboration.” Language Learning & Technology, 9(2), 64–89.