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2008

  • Dooly, M. (2008). Constructing knowledge together. In Dooly, M. (ed.) Telecollaborative language learning. A guidebook to moderating intercultural collaboration online, pp. 21-44. Bern: Peter Lang. (Request author proofs)

  • Dooly, M., Masats, D., Müller-Hartmann, A. & Caballero, B. (2008). Building effective, dynamic online partnerships. In Dooly, M. (ed.) Telecollaborative language learning. A guidebook to moderating intercultural collaboration online, pp. 45-76. Bern: Peter Lang. (Request author proofs)

  • Dooly, M., Pavlikova, J., Eastment, D., Müller-Hartmann, A. & Visser, M. (2008). Finding the right tools. In Dooly, M. (ed.) Telecollaborative language learning. A guidebook to moderating intercultural collaboration online, pp. 77-126. Bern: Peter Lang. (Request author proofs)

  • Dooly, M., Masats, D. & Koenraad, T. (2008). Using portals to open horizons. In Dooly, M. (ed.) Telecollaborative language learning. A guidebook to moderating intercultural collaboration online, pp. 127-149. Bern: Peter Lang. (Request author proofs)

  • Dooly, M. (2008). Looking back: What did we do right? In Dooly, M. (ed.) Telecollaborative language learning. A guidebook to moderating intercultural collaboration online, pp. 149-166. Bern: Peter Lang. (Request author proofs)

  • Dooly, M. & Ellermann, C. (2008). Engaging young learners in online, intercultural learning: The MICaLL project. In M. Dooly & D. Eastment (eds.) “How we’re going about it.” Teachers’ voices on innovative approaches to teaching and learning languages, pp. 177-186. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (Request author proofs)

  • Dooly, M. (2008). Tuning into languages: Multiple languages as a resource. In M. Dooly & D. Eastment (eds.) “How we’re going about it.” Teachers’ voices on innovative approaches to teaching and learning languages, pp. 12-14. Newcastle upon Tyne. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (Request author proofs)

  • Dooly, M. (2008). Multiple language integration: Introduction. In M. Dooly & D. Eastment (eds.) “How we’re going about it.” Teachers’ voices on innovative approaches to teaching and learning languages, pp. 15-17. Newcastle upon Tyne. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (Request author proofs)

  • Dooly, M. (2008). Task-based language learning: Introduction. In M. Dooly & D. Eastment (eds.) “How we’re going about it.” Teachers’ voices on innovative approaches to teaching and learning languages, pp. 56-61. Newcastle upon Tyne. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (Request author proofs)

  • Dooly, M. (2008). Content and language integrated learning: Introduction. In M. Dooly & D. Eastment (eds.) “How we’re going about it.” Teachers’ voices on innovative approaches to teaching and learning languages, pp. 104-108. Newcastle upon Tyne. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (Request author proofs)

  • Dooly, M. (2008). New teaching and learning paradigms for the 21st century. In M. Dooly & D. Eastment (eds.) “How we’re going about it.” Teachers’ voices on innovative approaches to teaching and learning languages, pp. 156-158. Newcastle upon Tyne. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (Request author proofs)

  • Dooly, M. (2017). Telecollaboration. A C. Chapelle & S. Sauro (Eds.) The handbook of technology in second language teaching and learning (pp. 169-183). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. (Request author proofs)