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Wed Nov 26 2008
Qs: A European Study on the Use of ICT and New Media
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A European Study on the Use of ICT and New Media
Message 1: A European Study on the Use of ICT and New Media
From: Katerina Zourou <katerinazourougmail.com>
Subject: A European Study on the Use of ICT and New Media
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Dear Sir / Madam,
We would be grateful if you could take the time to respond to the online
questionnaire available at http://www.ea.gr/ep/survey at your earliest
This questionnaire is being administered in the context of a European
Commission study entitled ''Study on the Impact of ICT and New Media on
Language Learning'' (EACEA 2007/09). The main objectives of the study are to
assess the current situation concerning the use of ICT and new media for
language learning and teaching, to investigate any possible future trends in
this area, and to explore whether the motivation to learn languages can be
enhanced through the use of ICT-supported learning and new media. A
presentation of the results of this study will be made public on the
Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency's (EACEA) website
Completing this interesting questionnaire shouldn't take more than 15
minutes. Your responses will help us understand better the ways in which
Europeans use new technologies, how this relates to language learning, and
how this could help us all understand each other better in today's world.
The online questionnaire (http://www.ea.gr/ep/survey) is available in
English, Finnish, French, German, Greek and Spanish.
In addition, please do not hesitate to contact us if you feel you are
interested in our study and willing to share with us your views on the use
of new technologies in language learning, based on your experiences from EC
funded and other projects.
Thank you very much in advance for your invaluable input.
The international Research Team conducting the Study
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