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Growing Trends of Using Mobile in English Language Learning

., (2002), the role of mobile devices in e-learning first experience with e-learning environment. Wireless and Mobile Technologies in Education Proceedings. IEEE International Workshop , 103 – Nalliveettil, G.M. & Khaled-Alenazi, T.H (2016), the Impact of Mobile Phones on English Language Learning: Perceptions of EFL Undergraduates. Journal Of Language Teaching and Research. Vol. 7(2), 264-272. Saricaa, G.N. & Cavus, N. (2009), New trends in 21st Century English learning. North Cyprus Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences . Vol .1, 439–445 Sarica, G

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European Union subsidies and bank credits as external sources of financing for small and medium enterprises in Poland

), Wspomaganie i finansowanie rozwoju małych i średnich przedsiębiorstw , Difin, Warszawa. 19. Matejun M., Szymańska K. (2012), Finansowanie i wspomaganie rozwoju firm sektora MSP, [in:] Matejun M. (ed.), Zarządzanie małą i średnią firmą w teorii i w ćwiczeniach , Difin, Warszawa. 20 . MŚP pod lupą (2011), Europejski Program Modernizacji Polskich Firm, Raport TNS Pentor dla EFL , (12.03.2016 - access date). 21. Orechwa-Maliszewska E., Kopczyk A. (2003), Finansowe aspekty funkcjonowania małych i

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Testing trade-off theory and pecking order theory under managerial overconfidence

employed the following as independent variables: overconfidence, risk (standard deviation of ROA), effects of financial leverage (EFL; the difference between ROE and ROA as a measure of effect of financial leverage), tangibility (share of fixed assets in total assets), size (natural logarithm of Total Assets), and dividend ratio (the relation of dividend paid to net profit). In this part, we carried out the analysis only in relative terms (ratios). To identify the importance of the independent variables, we employed regression analysis for evaluating the relationships

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L2 Identity and Motivational Considerations in a Global Context

). The world’s most international universities 2017 . . Chen, J. F., Warden, C. A., & Chang, H. T. (2005). Motivators that do not motivate: The case of Chinese EFL learners and the influence of culture on motivation. TESOL Quarterly , 39 , 609–633. Clément, R., Dörnyei, Z., & Noels, K. A. (1994). Motivation, Self-Confidence, and Group Cohesion in the Foreign Language Classroom. Language Learning, 44 (3), 417–448. Clément, R., Baker, S. C., & Macintyre, P. D

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Social Media Affordances and Information Sharing: An Evidence from Chinese Public Organizations

T. M. & Schmidt J. B. 2014 Information distribution, utilization, and decisions by new product development teams Journal of Product Innovation Management 31 1 189 204 Zhao, H.-F. (2018). On the use of QQ and WeChat in Chinese tertiary EFL teaching. ICSSM 2018-4th International Conference on Social Science and Management , Shenzhen, China. Zhao H.-F. 2018 On the use of QQ and WeChat in Chinese tertiary EFL teaching ICSSM 2018-4th International Conference on Social Science and Management Shenzhen, China Zheng, L. (2013). Social

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Mobile Learning Usage and Preferences of Vocational Secondary School Students: The cases of Austria, the Czech Republic, and Germany

, 18–26. Grant, P., & Basye, D. (2014). Personalized learning: A guide for engaging students with technology . Eugene: International Society for Technology in Education. Hsu, C. K., Hwang, G. J., & Chang, C. K. (2013). A personalized recommendation-based mobile learning approach to improving the reading performance of EFL students. Computers & Education, 63 , 327–336. Hsu, Y. C., & Ching, Y. H. (2015). A review of models and frameworks for designing mobile

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Students’ Behavioral Intentions Regarding the Future Use of Quantitative Research Methods

acceptance of information technology: System characteristics, user perceptions and behavioral impacts. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 38 (3), 475-487. Dizon, G. (2016). Measuring Japanese EFL student perceptions of Internet-based tests with the technology acceptance model. The Electronic Journal for English as a Second Language, 2 , 1-17. Emmioğlu, E., & Capa-Aydin, Y. (2012). Attitudes and achievement in statistics: a meta-analysis study. Statistics Education Research Journal, 11 (2), 95

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A General Overview Of English As A Foreign Language In The Contemporary Romanian Higher Education


It goes without saying that the lingua franca’s significance in our day and age is fundamental. International and European integration, as well as the modern process of globalization have lead to the incremented usage of the English language. As a result, English as a foreign language has become a relevant subject taught for a minimum of one year within almost all bachelor programs in the Romanian higher educational system. As an integrated part of the European Union, Romania is constantly undergoing a process of delivering higher education – services at European standards; thus, EFL courses, seminars and practical courses in Universities are becoming an important mile stone in the European development of students.

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The Factors that Affect Qatari College Students’ Motivation and Attitudes to Learn English

). Exploring the effects of learner training on motivation. Asian EFL Journal, 37, 1-40. Retrieved from on 5 March, 2015. Barriball, L. and While, A. (1994). Collecting data using a semi-structured interview: a discussion paper. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 1994, 19, 328-335. Berg, B. (2001). Qualitative research methods for the social sciences. 4th edition, A Pearson Education Company, Long Beach, California, USA. Online book. Retrieved from

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Students’ Perception Towards National Examination 2017: Computer-Based Test or Paper-Based Test

Education DeSouza, E. and M. Fleming (2003). A Comparison of In-Class and Online Quizzes on Student Examination Performance. Journal of Computing in Higher Education. 14(2): 121-134. Ghaderi, M. (2014). Comparing Between Computer based Test and Paper-and Pencil based Tests. International Journal of Education & Literacy Studies. 2(4). Gordon, A. M. (2015). Paper based Testing vs. Mobile Device Based Testing in an EFL Environment : Whats' the Difference?. Department of English St. Cloud State University. Master of Arts English

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