Debra Hoven
Debra Hoven
Professor in Online & Distance Learning
Verified email at athabascau.ca
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A model for listening and viewing comprehension in multimedia environments
D Hoven
Language Learning & Technology 3 (1), 88-103, 1999
2911999
Communicating and interacting: An exploration of the changing roles of media in CALL/CMC
D Hoven
Calico Journal, 233-256, 2006
652006
CALL-ing the learner into focus: Towards a learner-centred model for CALL
D Hoven
Swets & Zeitlinger, 1999
551999
Improving the management of flow of control in computer-assisted listening comprehension tasks for second and foreign language learners
D Hoven
441997
The affordances of technology for student teachers to shape their teacher education experience
D Hoven
CALICO:, 2007
422007
Designing for disruption: Remodelling a blended course in technology in (language) teacher education
D Hoven
Australasian Society of Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, 2006
312006
(Re) conceptualizing design approaches for mobile language learning
D Hoven, A Palalas
Calico Journal 28 (3), 699-720, 2011
282011
Instructional design for multimedia: Towards a learner-centred CELL (Computer-Enhanced Language Learning) model
D Hoven
Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium, 1997
221997
Identifying key actors for technology adoption in higher education: A social network approach
N Mirriahi, S Dawson, D Hoven
Future challenges, sustainable futures. Proceedings ascilite Wellington, 664-574, 2012
192012
What learners use and how they react
D Hoven
Australian Review of Applied Linguistics. Supplement Series 17 (1), 125-148, 2003
192003
Using the new information and communication technologies for the continuing professional development of teachers through open and distance learning
S Jakobsdóttir, L McKeown, D Hoven
Commonwealth of Learning, 2010
172010
Towards a cognitive taxonomy of listening comprehension tasks
D Hoven
SGAV Review 9 (2), 1-14, 1991
171991
Emerging pedagogies for MALL
A Palalas, D Hoven
The international handbook of mobile-assisted language learning, 44-85, 2016
122016
Ecological Constructivism as a new learning theory for MALL: An open system of beliefs, observations and informed explanations
D Hoven, A Palalas
The international handbook of mobile-assisted language learning. China …, 2016
82016
Networking and communicating: Technological applications and implications for the learning of Indonesian and EFL
J Crawford, D Hoven
Asiia-Pacific Applied Linguistcs: the next 25 years, 1-12, 2001
82001
The design of effective mobile-enabled tasks for ESP students: A longitudinal study
D Hoven, A Palalas
Calico Journal 30, 137-165, 2013
62013
On messages and media, clocks and cannibal chiefs
D Hoven, M Farquhar, Y Wang
China connections: Australian business needs and university language …, 1996
31996
Developing a Collaborative Community: Guidelines for Establishing a Computer-Mediated Language Learning Project Between a Developed and a Developing Country
D Hoven, J Crawford
Education Across Borders, 163-178, 2009
22009
Developing a collaborative community: Guidelines for establishing a computer-mediated language learning project with a developing country.
D Hoven
Springer Verlag, 2008
22008
Networking to learn: blogging for social and collaborative purposes
D Hoven
EdMedia+ Innovate Learning, 1819-1828, 2007
12007
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