Slides from the presentations

Some links will take you to an abstract - those authors haven’t sent me their slides for a variety of reasons. The ones that have - the link takes you to the slides.

Yuka Akiyama, Tokyo University, Japan

Reflecting on the Last Decade of Telecollaboration and E-tandem Research: What Can We Learn from and Contribute to the More Recent Models of Virtual Exchange?

Chika KITANO, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
Students' perspectives on study abroad online

Dr. Eiko UJITANI, Nagoya University of Foreign Studies Aichi, Japan
Impact of Online Intercultural Interactions with Filipino Students in Intercultural Communication Seminar

Ms. Lisa WARSHAW, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (retired), Prof. David WANG, DePaul University Chicago, United States
A new peer learning approach: Collaboration of diversified teams and practices of workplace success essential skills

Dr. Hisae MATSUI, Princeton University Princeton, United States, Dr. Momoyo SHIMAZU, Kansai University, Japan
The impact of virtual exchange on pre-service teachers’ beliefs on the use of technology in education

Dr. Daria ULANOVA, St. Petersburg State University St. Petersburg, Russian Federation, Prof. Oleg REDKIN St. Petersburg State University, Dr. Anna MATOCHKINA St. Petersburg State University, Ms. Philomena MEECHAN University of Michigan, Mr. Todd AUSTIN University of Michigan
Virtual exchange in Islamic Studies in a multilingual and multi-confessional environment (abstract)

Dr. Ariunaa Enkhtur, Dr. Xixi Zhang, Dr. Ming Li, Center for Global Initiatives, Osaka University
Scoping review of virtual exchange programs during Covid-19 in Asia Pacific

Dr. Nancy RUTHER, Gazelle International Connecticut, United States, Ms. Sarah RABKE Gazelle International
Leveraging the Power of L2 for Virtual Exchange: Design and Data from a Dual Language-Learning Project (abstract)

Ms. Raphaelle BEECROFT, Kalrsruhe University of Education Bruchsal, Germany
Virtual Exchange during the Pandemic and Beyond: The Potential of a Telecollaborative Translation Course for Fostering Intercultural Communicative Competence

Dr. Timothy CHEEK, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, Prof. Leonardo DE LISI Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini, Florence, Italy
Transforming College Lyric Diction Courses Through Virtual Exchange (abstract)

Dr. Małgorzata MARCHEWKA, Cracow University of Economics Lesser, Poland
Students' readiness to experience virtual exchange

Dr. Zhiyan GUO, School of Modern Languages and Cultures University of Warwick Coventry, United Kingdom
A preliminary study of virtual exchange as part of blended mobility: a case of foreign language classes in China and the UK

Miguel Angel SAONA-VALLEJOS, Liverpool John Moores University Manchester, United Kingdom
Two case studies of Language Learning Social Networking Sites as blended tools to learn Spanish as a Foreign Language via Virtual Language Exchange

Prof. Masahito WATANABE, Yokohama National University Yokohama, Japan
Incorporating more virtual features into a VE project

Rositsa (Rosi) LEON, DePaul University Chicago, United States, Dr. Gianmario BESANA, DePaul University
Implementing a Successful VE program: A multi-team Strategy

Robert STEEL, DePaul University Chicago, United States, John PHILLIPS, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Virtual Exchange: The Nature of Collaboration in Sound for the Visual Medium (a link to a file on dropbox. It is a very large file - 300MB - as there are movies etc in it.)

Prof. Emerita Bañados-Santana, Universidad de Concepción, Chile.
Virtual Exchange in Latin America (a link to a file in Google drive. It is a very large file - 795MB - as there are movies etc in it.)
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