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Tochon, F. V. (1999). Video study groups for education, professional development, and change. Madsion, Wis: Atwood Pub.

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Stempleski, Susan & Tomalin, Barry.  (1990). Video in Action:  Recipes for Using Video in Language Teaching.  New York:  Prentice Hall.

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Loredana Pavone (2003).  Il video nella didattica delle lingue straniere. Catania, CUECM.

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Bahloul, M., & Graham, C. (Eds.) (2012). Lights! Camera! action and the brain: the use of film in education. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

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Creus, A., Aranda, D. & Sánchez-Navarro, J. (Eds) (2013). Educación, Medios Digitales Cultura de la Participación. Barcelona: Editorial de la Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

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Armin Hottmann (Eds) (2010). Video production and language learning. Berlin: Kulturring in Berlin e.V.

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Alfonso Gutierrez Martín (Eds), Armin Hottmann (Coordinator) (2011). Video Education, Media Education and Lifelong Learning. Berlin: Kulturring in Berlin e.V.

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Felix, U. (ed.) (2003) Language Learning Online: Towards Best Practice. Swets & Zeitlinger: LisseSwets & Zeitlinger V. B., Lisse, the Netherlands

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Compte, C. (1993). La vidéo en classe de langue. Paris: Hachette

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Crinon, Jacques, Gautellier (eds) (1997). Apprendre avec le multimédia. Où en est-il? Paris: Retz.

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Keddie, J. (2014). Bringing Online Video into the Classroom. Oxford University Press

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Motteram, G. (2013). Innovations in learning technologies for English Language Teaching.  London: The British Council.

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Lewis, T., Rouxeville, A.,(2000). Technology and the advanced language learner. London: Association of French Language Studies in association with the Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research

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