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Arena, C. (2010). Listening plus: A social approach to learning English online. TESL-EJ, 14(2), 1–7.
Arslanyilmaz, A. (2012). An online task-based language learning environment: Is it better for advanced- or intermediate-level second language learners? Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology, 11(1), 20–35.
Fleming, D., Bangou, F., & Fellus, O. (2011). ESL teacher-candidates’ beliefs about language. TESL Canada Journal/Revue TESL du Canada, 29(1), 39–56.
Gilakjani, A. P., & Ahmadi, M. R. (2011). A study of factors affecting EFL learners’ English listening comprehension and the strategies for improvement. Journal of Language Teaching & Research, 2(5), 977–988.
Jin, J. (2010). A strategic speculation of English teaching methodology in the 21st century. English Language Teaching, 3(2), 187–191.
Kan, S. O. (2011). Critique of a language-learning website. US-China Education Review, 8(5), 675–681.
Nakazawa, K.(2009). Student engagement in online language learning: A case study examining the online delivery of tertiary language courses. International Journal of Learning, 16(7), 405–414.
Nam, J. (2010). Linking research and practice: Effective strategies for teaching vocabulary in the ESL classroom. TESL Canada Journal, 28(1), 127–135.
Pena, M. I. C., & Yeung, A. S. (2010). Satisfaction with online learning: Does students’ computer competence matter? International Journal of Technology, Knowledge & Society, 6(5), 97–108.
Zidat, S., & Djoudi, M. (2010). Effects of an online learning on EFL university Students’ English reading comprehension. International Review on Computers & Software, 5(2), 186–192.
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