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Internet Videoconferencing to Improve EFL Learning
Michael W. Marek
Conference on English Teaching and Global Communication 2008 (Mar 08, 2008)
This presentation describes the methodology used by Dr. Michael Marek of Wayne State College, Nebraska USA, and Dr. Vivian Wu of Chienkuo Technology University, Taiwan, for English language instruction in Taiwan using Internet videoconferencing, and ...
Teaching EFL in 2020
Michael W. Marek
National Quemoy University English Conference 2015 (Jun 05, 2015)
This paper is a slightly revised version of a keynote address given at the 2015 National Quemoy University English Conference, Reimagining the Teaching of Language, Literature, and Culture, in Kinmen, Taiwan, on 5 June 2015. The author contends that ...
Privacy in Educational use of Social Media in the U.S.
Michael W. Marek; Stan Skrabut
International Journal on E-Learning Vol. 16, No. 3 (July 2017) pp. 265–286
Few scholarly publications have addressed in detail the question of student privacy when using social media for classroom educational activities. This study combined qualitative and conceptual methodologies to explore the implications of privacy law ...
Environmental Factors Affecting Computer Assisted Language Learning Success: A Complex Dynamic Systems Conceptual Model
Michael W. Marek; Wen-Chi Vivian Wu
Computer Assisted Language Learning Vol. 27, No. 6 (2014) pp. 560–578
This conceptual, interdisciplinary inquiry explores Complex Dynamic Systems as the concept relates to the internal and external environmental factors affecting computer assisted language learning (CALL). Based on the results obtained by de Rosnay [...
Curriculum Integration of MALL in L1/L2 Pedagogy: Perspectives on Research
Shu-Mei Gloria Chwo; Michael W. Marek; Wen-Chi Vivian Wu
Journal of Educational Technology & Society Vol. 19, No. 2 (2016) pp. 340–354
This study surveys work that has been done in the field of Mobile Assisted Language Learning. The researchers surveyed 70 corresponding authors of past MALL studies with formatted and open-ended questions, treating them as expert "participant...