[Technology 1417] Re: Tech fluency and English skills - research?
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Given your topic of research you may be interested in some research we
did in 2003 in Ontario, Canada called What Difference Does It Make? The
focus of our research was to ask students (142 were asked) from a wide
range of Ontario English literacy programs (42 participated) what
differences they saw in their literacy skills as a result of using
technology. We were particularly interested in the impact an online
environment like AlphaRoute was having on their acquisition of literacy
skills, but understood from student responses that they were referring
to the full range of technology they used to learn when responding to
our interview questions.
You can access the report from the link below.
From: technology-bounces at nifl.gov [mailto:technology-bounces at nifl.gov]
On Behalf Of Paul Rogers
Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2007 5:43 PM
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Subject: [Technology 1411] Tech fluency and English skills - research?
I am interested in research or observations that point to a relationship
between the acquisition of tech skills and improvements in English
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