The Impact of WWW Texts on EFL Learning
Computer Assisted Language Learning Volume 10, Number 5, ISSN 0958-8221
A study investigated effectiveness of use of World Wide Web texts in a college English-as-a-foreign-language (EFL) writing class, finding that the reading comprehension and writing skills of 15 students using the Web-based materials improved more than those of students not using the materials. Ethnographic observation also focused on four students. (Author/MSE)
Liou, H.C. (1997). The Impact of WWW Texts on EFL Learning. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 10(5), 455.
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