Computer-Based Language Activities
AbstractIn the last decades computers have made a triumphal entry into education and have brought significant benefits to teachers and students alike. Recent challenges have gained a new quality, and it is teachers especially, with their pedagogic responsibility, who has gained a special role to play. They have to meet this responsibility not only by familiarizing themselves with the new technology, but by developing new strategies for coping with unforseen masses of data and for assessing their value in the educational context. This article points out the ways computers have been used in English language teaching at the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine from Cluj.
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