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Multimodal Language Learning App - Duolingo

    Mobile learning tehnology has become more and more popular in reacent years. Smartphones and tableds have become a widespread phenomenon in the world and learning with their help is getting popular. Schools and teachers have introduces tehnology into their classrooms for taking notes and learn throught learning softwares. Buth with the advances in those learning apps, issues still exist. the most imoportant would be the efficiency of those apps.

    White paper: Duoliongo - a multimodal language learning application

    Biblographical references

    Smagal-Royo, Teresa, Jose Luis Gimenez-Lopez, Blas Pairy, Jesus Garcia-Laborda, and Jimena Gonzalez-del Rio. (2011) "Multimodal application for foreign language teaching." IEEE, p. 145-148.

    Ashour, Ramy (2012)"Mobile Learning Applications." Place: International Conference on Information & Communication Technology, Ramallah.

    Beatty, K. (2013) "Beyond the classroom: Mobile learning the wider world." Monterey, CA: The International Research Foundation for English Language Education.

    Clarke, Jan. (year) "Augmented reality, multimodal literacy and mobile technology: An experiment in teacher engagement." QScience Proceedings 12th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning, p. 28.

    Krashen, Stephen. (2014) "Does Duolingo" trump" university-level language learning." International Journal of Foreign Language Teaching 9, no. 1, p. 13-15.

    Eisenlauer, Volker. (2014) . "Multimodality in Mobile-Assisted Language Learning." International Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning, Springer International Publishing, p. 328-338

     
    Links
    » Duolingo Oficial Website
    » YouTube video: "What is multimodality?"