Internet-based Real Time Language Education: Towards a Fourth Generation Distance Education
CALICO Journal Volume 18, Number 3, ISSN 0742-7778
Through examination of the development of distance education for foreign languages, puts forth a theory on the emergence of a fourth generation of distance language education, challenging the generally accepted three-generation theory. Argues that with the use of Internet-based real time technology, distance language learning becomes synchronous for the first time and the immersion of distance and campus-based education into a new education system is inevitable. (Author/VWL)
Wang, Y. & Sun, C. (2001). Internet-based Real Time Language Education: Towards a Fourth Generation Distance Education. CALICO Journal, 18(3), 539.
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