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Researchers investigating network-based language teaching (NBLT) seldom relate to computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL), an important field in educational research which strongly stresses the value of group learning, adopting Vygotskian and Brunerian sociocultural views. As a result, the concept of collaboration is scarcely considered or discussed by NBLT researchers. However, choosing between collaborative-or noncollaborative-learning settings when designing a distance learningdoi:10.1558/cj.v23i3.601-622 fatcat:pohag7civ5cgbihsreouvggy64