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The online survey that was carried out in the framework of the European Commission study is now closed. You can still complete the questionnaire and submit your views to the researchers, but your contribution, although greatly appreciated, will not inform the EC study.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this questionnaire!

This survey is being carried out in the framework of a European Commission study on new and emerging technologies in language learning in Europe (June 2008-2009).

Your responses will help us understand better the ways in which Europeans use new technologies, how this relates to language learning, and how this could help us all understand each other better in today's world.

By completing this questionnaire, you will not be asked to reveal your name or any other personal or sensitive data to us.

You will be given the opportunity, however, to provide us with you email address and/or telephone number, if you wish to be contacted because you are further interested in this study, or because you would be willing to let us know more about your views.

Completing this questionnaire shouldn't take you more that 10-15 minutes. Some of the questions may seem difficult or irrelevant for you, but please try to answer all of them. Even a short answer is better than no answer at all!

Thank you very much for your invaluable input! Let's start!


This questionnaire is being administered in the context of a European Commission study entitled "Study on the Impact of ICT and New Media on Language Learning". The study, which started in June 2008 and will end in May 2009, was awarded following a call for tenders by the Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA 2007/09). The main objectives of the study are to assess the current situation concerning the use of ICT and new media for language learning and teaching, to investigate any possible future trends in this area, and to explore whether the motivation to learn languages can be enhanced through the use of ICT-supported learning and new media. The results will be made public on EACEA's website. The study is being carried out by an international research team assembled by Ellinogermaniki Agogi. The research team consists of Sofoklis Sotiriou (project manager), Anne Stevens (team leader and researcher for the UK), Katerina Zourou (technical expert and researcher for France), Lesley Shield (linguist expert and researcher for the UK), Peppi Taalas (linguist expert and researcher for Finland), Pavlos Koulouris (assistant project manager and researcher for Greece and Cyprus), Daniela Stai and Dagmar Schaffer (researchers for Germany and Hungary), Carmen Alba Pastor, Pilar Aramburuzabala, Maria Elvira Zorzo and Luis Aramburu-Zabala (researchers for Spain). Contact

This study has been funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.