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    In this post entry, we are interested in the analysis of the students’ interactions on Twitter. The interactions between the peers, between the lecturer and the students, or between the students and the TA, and the students’ interactions … Continue reading

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A literature student in Applied Linguistics

As a research assistant, I have been involved in Dr Caws’ project for approximately a year now. As a student in literature, I can assert that I was playing out of my comfort zone.  My roles in her research were … Continue reading

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The Grammar Project on German Prepositions: Multiple Choice or Fill-in-the Blanks?

Here is the long overdue post on the grammar project, I have carried out in the lab for the past three years. I think the last post was four years ago when the pilot study had been completed. The grammar … Continue reading

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Research at the Digital Language Learning Lab

This week I have been working on using NVivo to code the language used by UVic French students in a peer tutoring relationship with French students in Brazil. Under the direction of Dr. Catherine Caws, I have sorted their transcribed … Continue reading

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Research at the Digital Language Learning Lab

Over the past few weeks I have been working on the qualitative data analysis of tweets produced by students during their French language learning experience in Dr. Caws’ class, FRAN 160. I have been using the program NVivo to sort … Continue reading

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