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|Title:||A Study on Online Peer Feedback|
Department of English, NTNU
The present study aimed to investigate the effects of on-lline peer feedback in a onlin process-oriented writing program(OPWP) for college srudents. Specifically, a data-mining technology was employed to get students' online leaming time of peer evaluation after c1asses. By means of questionnaires, the students' attitudes towards the online peer feedback were also surveyed. The results showed that the students spent a lot of time after c1asses on English writing on the OPWP. They especially liked to do writing activities with peer feedback during the first and the seventh week. The researcher also found that the students showed different on1ine leaming styles in the program; some students logged in the website regular1y, but some others seldom visited it. Nevertheless, most of the students showed positive responses to the program, which can be exemplified by the students' increased awareness of the writing process and their gains from their peer feedback of their first drafts. Based on the findings, some pedagogical implications are provided.
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