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Spoilt for choice: A plethora of modes for electronic feedback on second language writing

Issue: Vol 9 No. 3 (2017) Special Issue: Multimodality in Electronic Feedback in Writing

Journal: Writing & Pedagogy

Subject Areas: Writing and Composition Linguistics

DOI: 10.1558/wap.35663


Spoilt for choice: A plethora of modes for electronic feedback on second language writing

Author: Carola Strobl, H. Müge Satar

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