Unit 3. Tools for Communities of Practice II

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Fill in the gaps - Source: Unit 3. Tools for Communities of Practice (CoP)
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Communities of Practice began by using BBS ([blank_start]Bulletin Board System[blank_end])
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  • Bulletin Board System

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[blank_start]Webheads[blank_end] is one of the most active CoPs, formed by Language Teachers who search for new ways of teaching through technology.
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  • Webheads

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[blank_start]ELEARNING[blank_end] is one of the basic communities to belong to if you want to be updated about key e-learning topics in Spanish. It is shared by companies, University system administrators and teachers of different disciplines.
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  • ELEARNING

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[blank_start]CUED–L[blank_end] is a space created to debate about distance learning education and many other matters. It is focused on formal university education.
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  • CUED–L

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AESLA is the acronym for [blank_start]Asociación Española[blank_end] de [blank_start]Lingüística Aplicada[blank_end]
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  • Asociación Española
  • Lingüística Aplicada

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[blank_start]AEDEAN[blank_end] stands for Asociación Española de Estudios Anglo-Norteamericanos
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  • AEDEAN

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[blank_start]EuroCALL[blank_end] is one of the most important CALL Associations in Europe of teachers who use technology to teach and do research on linguistic issues.
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  • EuroCALL

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[blank_start]Busuu[blank_end] is a CoP based on Video Chat to practice foreign languages. Its name comes from a language in Camerun spoken by just 80 people.
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  • Busuu

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[blank_start]Asynchronous[blank_end] Computer-Mediated Communication tools (ACMC) are those used to communicate with time delay, this is, not in real time.
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  • Asynchronous

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A [blank_start]wiki[blank_end] is a website which allows its users to add, modify, or delete its content via a web browser usually using a simplified markup language or a rich-text editor.
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  • wiki
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