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Audio Feedback versus Written Feedback: Instructors' and Students' Perspectives

@inproceedings{Cavanaugh2014AudioFV,
  title={Audio Feedback versus Written Feedback: Instructors' and Students' Perspectives},
  author={Andrew Cavanaugh and L. Song},
  year={2014}
}
Providing feedback to students on their writing represents perhaps the most important task of a composition instructor and also possibly the most time-consuming task. In online composition classes, this task becomes more daunting, as there are no opportunities for face-to-face conversations with students. Typically, online instructors provide comments to students in text form. The use of audio comments through MP3 files has become an alternative. The purpose of this case study was to examine… Expand
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