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About the Author
Paul Gruba is Senior Lecturer in the School of Languages and Linguistics, University of Melbourne, Australia, and has a variety of teaching and research interests in the areas of new media and language learning, innovative language assessment, and thesis writing.
Don Hinkelman is Professor at Sapporo Gakuin University, Japan, where he administers an EFL program in oral and written communication. He promotes collaborative faculty development through the Moodle Association of Japan and other teaching associations. His research includes all aspects of foreign language education, especially in team authoring of blended cloud and face-to-face teaching resources and materials.
Table of ContentsPreface Theoretical Foundations Understanding Technologies Designs for Blended Language Learning Blended Language Learning Assessment Action Research in Blended Classrooms Blended Language Lessons in Practice Blended Programs in Practice Further Considerations References Index