Computers in EAP: change, issues and challenges

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Jarvis, HA
  • Publisher: Pavilion
  • Subject: LB2300 | other | LB2361 | LB | PB0001 | mem_text_and_place

Huw Jarvis looks at how computers can be used in projects \ud in an EAP environment to develop students’ language and \ud e-literacy skills.
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