1. E-LEARNING IN BUSINESS ENGLISH COURSE – RESULTS OF THE QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEY by Lenka Kučírková and Martina Jarkovská
2. THE APPLICATION OF TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING GRAMMAR TO EFL LEARNERS: THE ROLE OF ANIMATED SITCOMS by Zari Saeedi and Aso Biri
3. QUIZLET IN THE EFL CLASSROOM: ENHANCING ACADEMIC VOCABULARY ACQUISITION OF JAPANESE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS by Gilbert Dizon
4. WEB-BASED LANGUAGE LEARNING PERCEPTION AND PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS by Meisam Mirzaee and Sajjad Gharibeh Gharibeh
5. EXAMINING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDINGS ON ORAL PERFORMANCE OF EFL LEARNERS by Nazlınur Göktürk
6. ENHANCING AN INTERMEDIATE SYLLABUS FOR ESL STUDENTS WITH BYOD INTERVENTIONS by
7. INSTANT MESSAGING LANGUAGE IN JORDANIAN FEMALE SCHOOL STUDENTS’ WRITING by
Ghaleb A. Rabab’ah, Bayan B. Rabab’ah and Nour A. Suleiman
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