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About the Author
Robin Goodfellow is Senior Lecturer in Educational Technology at the Open University, UK.
Marie-Noëlle Lamy is Professor in Distance Language Learning at the Open University, UK.
Table of Contents
List of Contributors \ Foreword Professor Mark Warschauer, University of California, Irvine, USA \ Introduction Robin Goodfellow and Marie-Noëlle Lamy \ 1. When the Solution Becomes the Problem: Cultures and Individuals As Obstacles to Online Learning Charles Ess \ 2. Identity, Gender, and Language in Synchronous Cybercultures: A Cross-Cultural Study Charlotte N. Gunawardena, Ahmed Idrissi Alami, Gayathri Jayatilleke and Fadwa Bouacharine \ 3. Entering the World of Online Foreign Language Education: Challenging and Developing Teacher Identities Robert O'Dowd \ 4. From Face-to-Face to Distance Learning: The Online Learner's Emerging Identity Christine Develotte \ 5. Being and Learning in the Online Classroom: Linguistic Practices and Ritual Text Acts Leah P. Macfadyen \ 6. Technology as a 'Cultural Player' in Online Learning Environments Anne Hewling \ 7. Trouble and Autoethnography in Assessment Genre: A Case for Postnational Design in Online Internationalized Pedagogy Catherine Doherty \ 8. New Learning Cultures: Identities, Media, and Networks Jay Lemke and Caspar van Helden \ Conclusion: New Directions for Research in Online Learning Cultures Robin Goodfellow and Marie-Noëlle Lamy \ References \ Internet References \ Author Index\ Special Index