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increasing student achievement. As a result more activities may be created that students

find

beneficial

and

meaningful

to

their

learning

process.

This

study

has

important

implications for the researcher and for future students as regards their language learning

process.

Conclusion

The purpose of this triangulation mixed methods study was to learn about the

impact of Web 2.0 on the language learning of community college students. The

researcher converged quantitative data gathered through the pre and posttests, the

Classroom Community Survey and the qualitative data gathered through asynchronous

online interview. This data will help the researcher provide a comprehensive analysis of

the research problem (Punch, 1998).

The results of this study may be used to (a) create effective online and face-to-

face language courses using Web 2.0 technologies, as well as influence the pedagogical

decisions of all educators in the use of Web 2.0 technologies; and to (b) improve the

effectiveness of Web 2.0 technologies in the classroom. The results of this study may

provide justification for the use of Web 2.0 technologies in the classroom.

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