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Presenters
Main presenter
Ms. Trang VO
Affiliation
University of Foreign Language Studies, the University of Danang (Da Nang, Viet Nam)
Presenter [2]
Mr. Long NGUYEN University of Foreign Language Studies, the University of Danang
Presenter [3]
Ms. Hang NGUYEN University of Foreign Language Studies, the University of Danang
Presenter [4]
Presenter [5]
Presentation details
Presentation title
The effectiveness of “writer” in enhancing peer editing among non-English major students
Presentation abstract
It is undeniable that numerous collaborative web tools have been widely applied in English writing teaching. Of all these tools, “Writer”, an application under Zoho platform, is designed to be highly interactive and collaborative thanks to the presence of a virtual space that facilitates online editing with enhanced collaboration. The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of “Writer” on enhancing peer editing among non-English major students. The study uses both qualitative and quantitative research method employing quasi-experimental design. Participants of the study were 120 non-English major students (of the University of Da Nang, Vietnam) who participated in a 15-week English course. They were required to complete writing assignments before paper-based peer editing in pairs. In the subsequent stage, during the intervention, participants engaged in technology-assisted peer editing with the aid of “Writer”. Notes from paper-based and technology-assisted conditions were analyzed and questionnaires were then carried out with an aim of discovering students’ perspective on the impacts of “Writer” on their peer editing. The findings reveal a significant enhancement in peer editing in the case of technology-assisted condition. In addition, under students’ perspective, Writer is a beneficial tool for highly effective peer editing among non-English major students.
Original submission
Keywords
technology assisted learning; Zoho applications; peer editing; English writing learning
Topic
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Presentation video
https://glocall.org/mod/data/view.php?d=20&rid=710
Comments or questions
Submitted by
Trang Vo
Submitted: Monday, 30 August 2021, 9:10 PM [JST]
Modified: Friday, 17 December 2021, 2:51 PM [JST]
Peer review
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Schedule
Schedule number
409-V