Effectiveness of Using Digital Feedback on EFL Student Writing Skills
Source of Publication
International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching
This research study investigated the effects of digital feedback on EFL students’ writings in ubiquitous learning. Feedback on students’ writings, especially at university level, must be constructive to enhance their overall academic writing skills and requires purposeful planning. . In this study, teachers created digital screen-recorded feedback to deliver individualized oral feedback to the students. Findings of this study explore the impact of digital feedback on improving the quality of academic writing for EFL undergraduate female learners. Data collected showed that using digital feedback created a positive and active learning environment and promoted learner autonomy. This digital platform also allowed learning to be continuous and ubiquitous. The results present several practical pedagogical implications and suggestions for future research.
Hojeij, Zeina and Ayber, Pinar Ozdemir, "Effectiveness of Using Digital Feedback on EFL Student Writing Skills" (2022). All Works. 4890.
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