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This article discusses the role of Twitter in a graduate seminar on language teaching methodology. The findings indicate that the microblogging tasks enabled participants to form a virtual Community of Practice in which they were able to learn, share, and reflect.
Updated: Aug. 25, 2014
The study described in this paper investigates how graduate students in language and linguistic specializations develop and perceive community and how these perceptions or developments differ according to medium (chat, discussion board, or face-to-face class and group discussions). The results of this study confirm that it is indeed possible to develop a sense of community through computer mediated communication tools and that classroom learning is not the only way to achieve strong communities.
Updated: Oct. 23, 2008