Resources

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- Ala-Mutka, K. (2010). Learning in Informal Online Networks and Communities. 2010, Joint Research Centre (JRC) European Commission. >>link

- Blattner, G., & Lomicka, L. (2012). Facebook-ing and the Social Generation: A New  Era of Language Learning. In F. Demaizière & K. Zourou (Eds.) ALSIC, special issue "social media and language learning: (r)evolution?",15 (1). >>link

- Clark, C., & Gruba, P. (2010). The use of social networking sites for foreign language learning: An autoethnographic study of Livemocha. Curriculum technology transformation for an unknown future (pp. 164–173). Ascilite. >>link

- Donath, J., & Boyd, D. (2004). Public displays of connection. BT Technology Journal, 22(4), 71–82. >>link

- Dixhoorn, L., van, Loiseau, M., Mangenot, F., Potolia, A., Zourou, K. (2010). "Language learning: resources and networks". European consortium "Language learning and social media: 6 key dialogues". >>link

- Liaw, M.-L. (2011). Review of Livemocha. Language learning and technology, 15(1), 36-40. >>link

- Lloyd, E. (2012). Language Learners' "Willingness to Communicate" through Livemocha.com. In F. Demaizière & K. Zourou (Eds.) ALSIC, special issue "social media and language learning: (r)evolution?", 15(1). >>link

- Nielsen, Jakob (2006), "Participation Inequality: Encouraging More Users to Contribute". >>link

- Potolia, A., Loiseau, M., & Zourou, K. (2011). Quelle(s) pédagogie(s) voi(en)t le jour dans les grandes communautés web 2.0 d'apprenants de langue? EPAL 2011 conference. >>link

- Zourou, K. (2012). On the attractiveness of social media for language learning: a look at the state of the art. In F. Demaizière & K. Zourou (Eds.) ALSIC, special issue "social media and language learning: (r)evolution?", 15(1). >>link

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