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Studies in Self-Access Learning Journal An Autoethnographic Study of the Use of Mobile Devices to Support Foreign Language Vocabulary Learning An Autoethnographic Study of the Use of Mobile Devices to Support Foreign Language Vocabulary Learning
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This autoethnographic study involved the author in the dual role of researcher and subject in a self-study language learning episode. The paper describes a foreign language learning experience of using a mobile phone (Apple iPhone) word card application to learn Italian vocabulary. Data from diary entries were analysed and categorised, and the findings show that learning strategies, content, motivation and interface design are prominent themes. The significance of these themes is addressed infatcat:bpspmftqcncoxlimglcejginuy