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Nexus Analysis: Discourse and the Internet (2004) R. Scollon and S. Scollon

cwigham (7 avr. 2011)

Nexus analysis is a methodological guidebook which proposes strategies for ethnography, discourse analysis and action research. The methodology is shown through case study exemplification, focussing primarily on Native Alaskan's access to higher education between 1978 and 1983. Nexus analysis ...

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Affordances of synthetic worlds for language learning

cwigham (6 oct. 2010)

The “affordances” (Gibson, 1979) of an environment refer to the perceived and actual properties of an environment that determine how the environment can be used. Young (2001) furthered that affordances can be thought of as “possibilities for action.” This is echoed in the definition given by ...

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EuroCALL 2011 presentation: Object-focused collaboration in Second Life: the use of verbal and nonverbal modes for the establishment of common ground and in deictic referencing.

cwigham (13 oct. 2011)

Here you can find our presentation abstract and powerpoints for our study of verbal and nonverbal communication during a collaborative building activity in the students' L2 in Second Life: http://edutice.archives-ouvertes.fr/edutice-00583274/fr/.

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"T'es où maintenant?": les espaces de la conversation visiophonique en ligne - Michael Maraccia

cwigham (29 avr. 2011)

The title of this post is the title of a book chapter in Décrire la conversation en ligne (Develotte, C., Kern, R. And Lamy, M-N 5eds. 2011). In this chapter, the author, Maraccia, looks at how the spatial context of computer mediated communication impacts on the manner in which the exchanges take ...

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The Use of Negotiation of Meaning Functions in Second Life

cwigham (26 oct. 2010)

One of the presentations at Slanguages 2010 which was of great interest to me was the presentation of Sedat Akayoglu's research into the discourse patterns in terms of negotiation of meaning functions which were used during an undergraduate course entitled 'Advanced Reading and Writing' in Second ...

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Hiding behind your avatar?

cwigham (7 juin 2010)

One of the questions I raised after listening to Nik Peachey’s interview was ‘how does personal attachment to an avatar impact on participation?’  An avatar can be described as “user embodiment in a collaborative virtual environment” (Gerhard, Moore and Hobbs 2004:5 in Peterson 2006:3). ...

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"I'm not building a game. I'm building a new country."

cwigham (14 juin 2010)

Philip Rosedale, the creator of one of the largest synthetic worlds, Second Life, said, in an interview by Daniel Terdiman on Wired “I’m not building a game. I’m building a new country.” Therefore, let me, first, look at the characteristics which are common to both synthetic worlds and ...

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Summary and review of the paper: Designing Oral Participation in Second Life – a comparative study of two language proficiency courses. M. Deutschmann, L. Panichi and J. Molka Danielson. ReCALL 21(2):206-226 (2009)

cwigham (31 mai 2010)

This paper outlines an action research project which focussed on an oral proficiency course for doctoral students, held in Second Life (SL) and conducted under the Kamiko Islands project (http://home.himolde.no/~molka/about-kamimo-islands.htm ). The research is a comparative study; the course was ...

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Diaporama PowerPoint

cwigham (5 juil. 2010)

Veuillez-trouver ici le diaporama PowerPoint qui illustrera mon séminaire sur le thème 'Comment définir et caractériser « un monde virtuel »?' (7 juillet 2010)

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Journée "Edition et publication en sciences humaines et sociales : libre, ouverte, équitable, efficace ?", MSH Clermont-Ferrand

cwigham (13 oct. 2011)

La journée "Edition et publication en sciences humaines et sociales : libre, ouverte, équitable, efficace ?" réunissait enseignant-chercheurs, doctorants, personnels de la BCU et représentants du PRES pour discuter des nouveaux horizons pour l'édition en sciences humaines avec, comme point ...

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