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Web 2.0 tools are used increasingly to support second language learning, but there have been limited studies involving beginner learners, multiple technologies, and informal settings. This current study addresses this gap and investigates the factors affecting students' interest in a nongraded online learning environment and what kinds of tools, modes of expression, and activities they prefer. Findings reveal that students enjoyed being able to consolidate their skills in a personalized anddoi:10.9743/jeo2018.15.1.7 fatcat:lzaylccooraxlme4uulea7q2cq