Does type of modified output correspond to learner noticing of feedback?

For the poster presentation of the course Language and Cognition, I read this paper Does type of modified output correspond to learner noticing of feedback? A closer look in face-to-face and computer-mediated task-based interaction written by Laura Gurzynski-Weiss and Melissa Baralt on Applied Psycholinguistics. Abstract This study examines if the types learners modify output differentially demonstrates

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Public Interfaces in China — A Cross-Cultural Study

Abstract As humans we live and interact across a highly complicated physical world. The relationship among citizens and machines and the external environment are transforming by rapidly growing technologies, especially in a developing country. This article discusses public interfaces in China and offers three cases study in China and western countries. The analysis shows public

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Assistive Technology for children with disability

Recently I read some papers about interaction design and technology for children with disabilities in physical, intellectual and mental aspects. Assistive technology offers powerful possibilities to improve the learning efficiency of the disable. They include telecommunication devices, high-resolution monitors, speech digitizers and synthesizers, and electronic communication aids [5]. Requirements for diverse disabilities and special education are

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