Social media and language learning: beliefs, attitudes and uses in Latvia, Poland and Romania
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On a basis of approximately 60 interviews carried out in Latvia, Poland and Romania with people of varying degrees of computer use and familiarity with web 2.0 technologies, we will attempt to answer the following questions, based on mixed method research (interviews, questionnaires and cross-country quantitative data):
What are the most prevailing current uses of the Internet? How do they relate to what we call Web 1.0 and Web 2.0?
What do individuals mean by “social media”? Do they perceive "social media" as a distinct form of the Internet?
What do users do with social media? What are people’s beliefs concerning the use of social media for learning languages?