Effects of Technology-Enhanced Language Learning on Second Language Composition of University-Level Intermediate Spanish Students Page: 155
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Revised Student Informed Consent Form: Oxford 03-016
You are currently enrolled in a Spanish course which may fulfill the university
requirement for the communication core. Learning to communicate in Spanish is an important
goal for the course and your life-long learning, and I am interested in how my instruction affects
your success. As part of my doctoral research I am conducting a study of the effects of
technology-enhanced language learning on composition and oral production. What you have to
do does not go beyond the scope of the normal course requirements.
This project is beneficial to your learning and program improvement and poses no
foreseeable risks. Your involvement takes place only during the semester in which you are
enrolled in SPAN 2040. You may withdraw from participation in the study at any time without
penalty, prejudice or loss of benefits, and your decision whether or not to participate will in no
way affect your grade. If you decide not to participate or withdraw from the study your records
will not be included in the research data. At the conclusion of the study, a summary of findings
will be made available to all interested participants. At no time when reporting results will your
confidentiality be violated since pseudonyms will be used or data will be reported in aggregated
groups. Data will be destroyed following completion of data analysis. Should you have any
questions or desire further information, please feel free to call me at (940) 565-4740 or the
faculty sponsor for this project Dr. Alexandra Leavell at (940) 565-2826. Thank you in advance
for your cooperation and support.
Raquel Oxford, M.A.
Diversity Scholar, Doctoral Candidate
Department of Teacher Education and Administration
University of North Texas
THIS PROJECT HAS BEEN REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF
NORTH TEXAS COMMITTEE FOR THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN SUBJECTS (940)
I, , understand that I do not have to participate in the
study and that if I do, I can change my mind at any time. Since there are no added activities
involved in participating, withdrawing or not participating merely means that my records will not
be included in the research data.
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Oxford, Raquel Malia Nitta. Effects of Technology-Enhanced Language Learning on Second Language Composition of University-Level Intermediate Spanish Students, dissertation, December 2004; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc4688/m1/162/: accessed August 16, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .