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This paper investigates if a technology-enhanced, social-constructivist teaching approach with a focus on community building and knowledge sharing can make English classes for industrial engineering students at the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences more effective. It further explores if and how interactive online learning activities could replace or at least reduce the current need for face-to-face sessions.

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Prologue Part I. Practice: Introduction I 1. Meaning 2. Community 3. Learning 4. Boundary 5. Locality Coda I. Knowing in practice Part II. Identity: Introduction II 6. Identity in practice 7. Participation and non-participation 8. Modes of belonging 9. Identification and negotiability Coda II. Learning communities Conclusion: Introduction III 10. Learning architectures 11. Organizations 12. Education Epilogue.
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