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PeerSpectives Issue 8

PeerSpectives Issue 8

Individual papers:

Kirk Douglas may be Spartacus, but Mayonnise is Taro – Andrew J. Lawson

Diversity as a resource for learning: My experience with a map-making project and individualized vocabulary tests – Makoto Takeda

Japanese university students and computer assisted language learning – Thomas Lockley

Iwate near peer role modeling videos – Harumi Ogawa

An example of an innovative MA and PhD research coupling – Veronika Timpe

Creating wow with artifacts – Tim Murphey

Massive-scale online CALLaboration – Thomas Lockley, Tim Murphey

Global awarness as everyday and scientific concepts: Research in one Chinese high school – Hongtao Jing

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