Course Blogs for Overseas Study Preparation: A Survey of Student Opinions
Philip Beech, (MA Asian History, Dip. TEFLA)
John C. Westby, (Bachelor of Arts, Doctor of Jurisprudence)
In answer to the question "I would prefer not to use computers
for studying English" the figures show 37% of students have
a negative response to using CALL.
In answer to the question "Computers are a useful tool for
learning English" the figures show 40% of students returned
a quantifiably positive response.
In answer to the question "Computers make learning English
more interesting" the figures show a slight majority agreeing
with the statement.
In answer to the question "Using computers for learning English
makes me feel modern and up-to-date" the response was positive
with 29% of students actively disagreeing with the statement
and 46% agreeing with the statement.
In answer to the question "Using the Internet helped me to
understand America" the response was overwhelmingly positive
with 66% of students responding favorably.