Hypermedia for language learning: the FREE model at Coventry University

  • Marina Orsini-Jones
  • David Jones

Abstract

The tradition of incorporating CALL into the language-learning curriculum goes back to the early 1980s at Coventry University, and since then has evolved in keeping with changes in the technology available (Corness 1984; Benwell 1986; Orsini-Jones 1987; Corness et al 1992; Orsini-Jones 1993). Coventry University is at present pioneering the integration of hypermedia into the curriculum for the teaching of Italian language and society. The syllabus for a complete module of the BA Modern Languages and BA European Studies Degrees, which will count as l/8th of the students' programme for year 2, has been designed upon in-house produced hypermedia courseware.

DOI:10.1080/0968776960040204

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Orsini-JonesM., & JonesD. (1). Hypermedia for language learning: the FREE model at Coventry University. Research in Learning Technology, 4(2). https://doi.org/10.3402/rlt.v4i2.9965
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