'E-learning and Language and Style in Lancaster'.

Short, M. H. (2006) 'E-learning and Language and Style in Lancaster'. Language and Literature, 15 (3). pp. 234-256. ISSN 1461-7293

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This article reports on research conducted in the department of Linguistics and English Language at Lancaster University from 2002 to 2005 on first-year undergraduate student performance in, and reaction to, a web-based introductory course in stylistic analysis. The main focus of this report is a comparison of student responses to the varying ways in which the web-based course was used from year to year. The description of student responses is based on an analysis of end-of-course questionnaires and a comparison of exit grades. In 2002–3, students accessed the first two-thirds of the course in web-based form and the last third through more traditional teaching. In 2003–4 the entire course was accessed in web-based form, and in 2004–5 web-based course workshops were used as part of a combined package which also involved weekly lectures and seminars. Some comparison is also made with student performance in, and responses to, the traditional lecture + seminar form of the course, as typified in the 2001–2 version of the course.

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Language and Literature
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?? computer-assisted learning • e-learning • stylistic analysis • stylistics • stylistics pedagogy • web-based learninglinguistics and languagelanguage and linguisticsliterature and literary theoryp philology. linguistics ??
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