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E-VOLLution: Exploring cutting edge applications of networked technologies in Vocationally Oriented Language Learning
Anthony Fitzpatrick, Robert O'Dowd

Publication year: 2011

The website and publication are targeted at teachers and teacher-trainers in VOLL (Vocationally Oriented Language Learning). They explain the background to the different aspects of ICT inVOLL, describe the steps involved in carrying out various ICT-based activities and provide practical examples and links to case studies on the VOLL website.

Languages: English

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Information and communication technologies in vocationally oriented language learning
Anthony Fitzpatrick

Publication year: 2000

New technologies have become the predominant influence on the way we live and work at the beginning of the new millennium. The aim of the ICT in VOLL project was to consider the potential new technologies have to offer for the creation of innovative learning environments for language training for professional and specific (vocationally oriented) purposes.

Languages: English

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