Additional resources for Modules 1 & 2
- Dooly, M. (2011). Divergent perceptions of telecollaborative language learning tasks: Task-as-workplan vs. task-as-process. Language Learning & Technology, 15(2), 69–91. Retrieved from http://llt.msu.edu/issues/june2011/dooly.pdf
- Hauck, M. (2010). The enactment of task design in tellecollaboration 2.0. In M. Thomas & H. Reinders (Eds.), Task-based language learning and teaching with technology (pp. 197–217). London: Continuum.
- Müller-Hartmann, A. (2007). The teacher role in telecollaboration: Setting up and managing exchanges. In R. O’Dowd (Ed.), Online intercultural exchange. An introduction for foreign language teachers (pp. 167–192). Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.
- Müller-Hartmann. A., Kurek, M. (2016) Virtual group formation and the process of task design in online intercultural exchanges. In R. O’Dowd M., T. Lewis (Eds.) Online Intercultural Exchange: Policy, Pedagogy, Practice. Routledge. 131-149.
- O’Dowd, R. and Ware, P. (2009). Critical issues in telecollaborative task design. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 22(2), 173–188 (the basis for VE task typology)
- Van Loon, A.-M., Ros, A., & Martens, R. (2013). Designing digital problem based learning tasks that motivate students. Journal of Technology and Education, 21(4), 409–432.
- Wang, Y. (2007). Task design in videoconferencing-supported distance language learning. CALICO Journal, 24(3), 591–630.
The list is just a sample of a vast amount of literature on the subject.
You may also peruse the following selection of web resources about learning design and the use of technology.
Can you locate 2 or 3 websites which are of interest to you and your practice?
To collect them all we used Pearltrees – a tool for curating (organizing) content collected from various sources.