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Author Harding E, P
Title The Pen Versus The Keyboard P Harding E
Publication Info University of Hull 1996


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 Shoosmith Language Learning Centre  ENGB 241  NOT FOR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY

Descript Number of copies: 2
Note Full title: The Pen versus the Keyboard. A comparative study of paper based and computer mediated teacher-student written correspondence in langauge learning. Examination of how the increasing availabililty of computers in schools and home facilitates human to human text based communication, revitalising an older more established languge learning activity: letter writing. Format: books without tapes and MA dissertations.
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Author Harding E, P
Series MA dissertations
Subject MA in Applied Language & Modern Technology dissertations
Descript Number of copies: 2
Note Full title: The Pen versus the Keyboard. A comparative study of paper based and computer mediated teacher-student written correspondence in langauge learning. Examination of how the increasing availabililty of computers in schools and home facilitates human to human text based communication, revitalising an older more established languge learning activity: letter writing. Format: books without tapes and MA dissertations.
Author Harding E, P
Series MA dissertations
Subject MA in Applied Language & Modern Technology dissertations
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 Shoosmith Language Learning Centre  ENGB 241  NOT FOR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY

Subject MA in Applied Language & Modern Technology dissertations
Descript Number of copies: 2
Note Full title: The Pen versus the Keyboard. A comparative study of paper based and computer mediated teacher-student written correspondence in langauge learning. Examination of how the increasing availabililty of computers in schools and home facilitates human to human text based communication, revitalising an older more established languge learning activity: letter writing. Format: books without tapes and MA dissertations.

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