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Dissertation Computer-Mediated Peer Response Roux

Dissertation Computer-Mediated Peer Response Roux

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Published by: Ruth Roux on Sep 30, 2011
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COMPUTER-MEDIATED PEER RESPONSE AND ITS IMPACT ON REVISIONIN THE COLLEGE SPANISH CLASSROOM: A CASE STUDYbyRUTH ROUX-RODRIGUEZA dissertation submitted in partial fulfillmentof the requirements for the degree of Doctor of PhilosophyCollege of Arts & Sciences and College of EducationUniversity of South FloridaCo-Major Professor: Carine Feyten, Ph.D.Co-Major Professor: Wei Zhu, Ph.D.Joyce Nutta, Ph.D.James King, Ph.D.Date of Approval:May 29, 2003Keywords: asynchronous communication, L2 writing, process writing instruction,Spanish as a foreign language, written feedback© Copyright 2003, Ruth Roux-Rodriguez
DEDICATIONTo Marco,and to my sons, Etzel, Marco and Rafael
 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSI would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere gratitude tomany cherished people who contributed in important ways during the process of this study. First, I would like to thank Dr. Wei Zhu for her faith in me, and for thecountless hours of guidance and enlightening conversation. I admire her patienceand her commitment to academic quality. I appreciate her kindness and her meticulous attention to my work. I am very grateful to Dr. Carine Feyten, for her generosity, her intelligent advice, and her unfailing support throughout my yearsas a doctoral student. I am thankful to Dr. Joyce Nutta for her positive spirit, her commitment to our discipline, and her exemplary performance as a role model.My appreciation goes to Dr. James King for consolidating my commitment toliteracy, for his humanistic spirit and his open-mindedness. I am sincerelythankful to Dr. Ann Cranston-Gingras for her collaborative disposition.I thank my fellow students for their emotional support. Especially to myfriend Sabine Siekmann for helping me keep my enthusiasm and determination. Iwould also like to thank Sha Balizet for her insightful comments on my work andour enjoyable discussion. Thanks to Francie Hale for helping me code the data. Iam very grateful to Ruth Ban for her continuous support and her solidarity. I amthankful to Robert Summers for his resourcefulness and kindness. 

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