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Autonomy, technology and Spanish as a Second Language
Literature on self-directed language learning has only begun to explore the potential of the Internet for language acquisition. This diary case study involved the researcher-as-participant in self-directed learning of Spanish as a Second Language, over a period of 3.5 months. Only freely available Internet-based resources and communication tools were used to acquire Spanish language skills. Multiple pretest and posttest scores were recorded for all of the language skills, as well asdoi:10.14288/1.0078157 fatcat:3g4yhknzdja3jfsydbkpchoihq