David Gardner says: "The papers in this book originated at a conference held in June 2010 at Zirve University, in Gaziantep, Turkey. The title of the conference, If We Had to Do It Over Again: Implementing Learner Autonomy in the 21st Century, was remarkably insightful as it hints at a “passing of the torch” moment in the field of autonomy in language learning […]"
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From the introduction: "The theme of this book is fostering autonomy in language learning. The papers have been grouped into six parts each representing a different aspect of researchers’ and practitioners’ attempts to understand, explain, support and develop learner autonomy in language learning both within the taught curriculum and outside it.
Part 1: Observing Learner Autonomy
Part 2: Promoting Learner Autonomy
Part 3: of the book, Perceptions of Learner Autonomy,
Part 4: Teacher Education for Learner Autonomy,
Part 5: Self-Access Centres for Learner Autonomy,
Part 6: Technology for Learner Autonomy."