A survey of online teaching by native-speaker English instructors at Japanese universities
This study investigates how native-speaker English teachers working at Japanese universities use the Internet in their classes. In 2008, 50 instructors completed a survey about their teaching-related use of the Internet; another group of 50 was polled in 2012. The respondents were asked about their teaching situations, whether they used Internet-based activities in class, and what they saw as the advantages and disadvantages of online teaching. The findings are considered in the light of recent research in the field.
Bracher, J. (2013). A survey of online teaching by native-speaker English instructors at Japanese universities. The JALT CALL Journal, 9(3), 221-239.