Wikis y el nuevo estudiante de lenguas extranjeras

  title={Wikis y el nuevo estudiante de lenguas extranjeras},
  author={Anabel Sanz and Jes{\'u}s Garc{\'i}a Laborda},
  journal={RED. Revista de Educaci{\'o}n a Distancia},
Digital environments are becoming increasingly used in foreign language teaching and no doubt they play a very important role as task organisers, input providers and language teaching management resources. They also enable teachers to organise the learners’ interaction and provide a remarkable framework for presenting different modes of information. Wikis are one of the increasingly used social network devices to support cooperative learning tasks in the language curriculum. They are closely… Expand
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