Introduction: Learning Spaces and Curricula: Models for Enhancing LLS Usage and Learner Autonomy Development Through Integration

Katherine Thornton
2016 Studies in Self-Access Learning Journal  
Language learning spaces (LLSs) are established with many different aims in mind and vary drastically from one institution to another. They may have been established to cater for a specific part of the student population, such as a foreign languages department or international students on non-degree programmes, or they may also be open to the general student population, staff, and even the general public. They may focus primarily on providing opportunities for target language interaction,
more » ... interaction, especially in EFL environments where English is not commonly used outside the classroom, or have the development of learner autonomy as their main mission.
doi:10.37237/070207 fatcat:qi26hntv6vfkbdon5eoxupugwe