Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants Revisited: A Case of CALL

  title={Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants Revisited: A Case of CALL},
  author={Maria Zenios and Eleni Ioannou},
The aim of the paper is to examine the uses of CALL among students and teachers in Cyprus private secondary education. The notions of digital native and digital immigrant are revisited as part of the framework set for understanding the current situation in CALL exploitation and future potential within and beyond the classroom walls. A survey investigation is conducted for the collection of the data. Results indicate that a third category of users emerges, the ‘inbetweeners’ who may have a key… 
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  • Education
    The Journal of V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University Series: Foreign Philology. Methods of Foreign Language Teaching
  • 2020
The article is devoted to the analysis of distance learning tools that can be used for teaching translation and to the description of the experience of introducing distance learning into the
The article is devoted to the analysis of distance learning tools that can be used for teaching translation and to the description of the experience of introducing distance learning into the


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