This edited book, organized into a preface, an introduction, and 19 chapters, is grouped into two main parts: Part I, The research perspective (the first 10 chapters after the introduction) and Part II, The pedagogical perspective (the last nine chapters). Part I presents the findings of some of the doctoral research funded by Doctoral Dissertation Grants from The International Research Foundation, while Part II, written by more seasoned researchers with remarkable experience in the use of technology in language education, places a focus on key advancement in digital language learning, teaching, and assessment.
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Merzifonluoglu, A. & Gonulal, T. (2018). Review of Digital language learning and teaching: Research, theory, and practice. https://dx.doi.org/10125/44580
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Review of Digital language learning and teaching: Research, theory, and practice