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    • 1. Welcome ... !
    • 2. You are here ! Congratulations !!! Which word would you choose…? exciting challenging time-consuming demanding technical flexibility potential frustrating collaborative communication fun  
    • 3. How did it all start?
    • 4. Long time ago ...
    • 5. And then ... Printing changed education !
    • 6. And now ... technology !
    • 7. teacher teacher + paper resources teacher + paper & digital resources The key is to integrate all kinds of interaction that facilitate learning.
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    • 10. What is ICT ? I nformation and C ommunication T echnology The Internet MM : M ulti m edia Multimedia on the WWW, CD Roms CMC : C omputer M ediated C ommunication Communication skills using multimedia resources CALL : C omputer A ssisted L anguage L earning
    • 11. ICT and pedagogy … Stage 1970s – 1980s: Structural CALL 1980s – 1990s: Communicative CALL 21st century: Integrative CALL Technology (ICT) mainframe PCs Multimedia and the Internet View of language structural (a formal structural system) cognitive (a mentally-constructed system) socio-cognitive (developed in social interaction) Principal use of computers Principal objective drill and practice accuracy communicative activities + fluency authentic discourse, publishing + agency
    • 12. Agency is ... “ ... the satisfying power to take meaningful action and see the results of our decisions and choices ... ” (Murray, 1997) “ ... the power to construct a representation of reality, a writing of history, and to impose reception of it by others...” (Kramsch, A’Ness & Lamb, in press)
    • 13. Publishing on the WWW Publishing on the Web has become quite popular. Free space and publishing tools are offered. Hypertext has become the new writing format. This format offers students a non linear path to access to information. Taking decisions about how to go through it according to their learning characteristics, students turn this information into knowledge.
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    • 21. What is CMC ? CMC is a research area concerned with “... Communication that takes place between beings via the instrumentality of computers” (Herring, 1996) “It includes e-mail, text, voice and video conferencing and other forms of CMC. (Harrington & Levi, 2001)
      • Communications between human beings via a computer network.
      • Mechanism which allows one computer to exchange information with another, whatever the type of computer or its physical location.
      • A communication network, similar to the international telephone network, which people use to exchange data or simply speak to each other.
    • 22. Main CMC Features Feature Examples What you can do Asynchronous CMC E-mail Web bulletin board Discussion Forum Write a message for others to read later. Synchronous CMC Chat rooms Instant messaging Videoconferencing Communicate in real time with others who are on-line at the same time.
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    • 26. Going virtual ?
    • 27. What is a virtual campus ?
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    • 33. ICT = Additional value Being able to communicate with users outside one’s immediate physical environment , being able to receive not just words but sounds and pictures, being able to produce and deliver content, rather than passively receive it.