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Volume 4, Issue 2
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Abstract

Highly interactive social networks (e.g. Twitter or Facebook) offer possibilities to create personal content in virtual space that can be shared with other users. These multifaceted platforms support both formal and informal learning scenarios. Due to their high popularity, educational institutions become more and more interested in integrating them into their teaching practice. In this article, the author shows the payoffs and pitfalls that can arise by implementing social media in the foreign language classroom.

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2016-02-11
2019-10-22
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