Digital Social Reading Case Studies

eComma is more than an online tool. It is a collaborative research project whose goal is to examine the pedagogical affordances of social reading.  And Open Education is fundamentally about teachers and learners sharing their ideas and experiences with each other. Therefore, after piloting eComma or another social reading tool,  please consider answering a few questions about your experience, and we will add it to our growing collection of classroom case studies.

Analyzing Variation: A Focus on Forms (Carl Blyth, University of Texas)

Using L1 in L2 Reading (Joanna Gay Luks, Cornell University)

Exploring Modes of Narrative Reading (Chantelle Warner, University of Arizona)

Surrealist Poetry and Intermediate French (Carl Blyth, University of Texas)

Inductive Grammar Teaching (Alexander Lorenz, University of Texas)

Enhancing the ACTFL Three Modes of Communication (Mira Angrist, Boston University)

Creating Meaning Through Social Interaction (Maybel Mesa Morales, Texas A&M University)