This section contains some key publications on the concept of social networking, peer interaction and Web 2.0 in language learning.
|Cappellini, M., Lewis, T., & Rivens Mompean, A. (2017). Learner autonomy and Web 2.0. Sheffield: Equinox. LINK|
|Lamy, M., & Zourou, K. (2013). Social networking for language education. Croydon: Palgrave Macmillan. Google Books|
|Manca, S., & Ranieri, M. (2016). Facebook and the others: Potentials and obstacles of social media for teaching in higher education. Computers & Education, 95, 216–230. PDF|
|Peeters, W. (2018). Applying the networking power of Web 2.0 to the foreign language classroom: a taxonomy of the online peer interaction process. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 31(8), 905–931. LINK|
|Peeters, W., & Ludwig, C. (2017). ‘Old concepts in new spaces’? – A model for developing learner autonomy in social networking spaces. In T. Lewis, A. Rivens Mompean & M. Cappellini (Eds.), Learner autonomy and Web 2.0. (pp. 117–142). Sheffield: Equinox. PDF|
|Sato, M., & Ballinger, S. (2016). Peer interaction and second language learning: Pedagogical potential and research agenda. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Google Books|