Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Gulf Perspectives: Volume 17 Issue 2 , Open Access


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Improving Emirati students’ social responsibility competence through global citizenship education

Shytance T. Wren

The purpose of this study is twofold: to determine if implementing a global citizenship education curriculum can aid the development of Emirati students’ social responsibility…


Using social networking tools for teaching requests to undergraduate Arab EFL learners: a study of pragmatics

Adil Mohammed Qadha, Baleigh Qassem Al-Wasy, Hassan Saleh Mahdi

This study aimed to investigate the impact of social networks on learning requests by Arab undergraduate EFL students.


The use of technology in informal English language learning: evidence from Yemeni undergraduate students

Wagdi Rashad Ali Bin-Hady, Nasser Omer Mubarak Al-Tamimi

This study aims to explore the use of technology-based strategies by Yemeni undergraduate students to develop their English as a foreign language skills in informal learning…


Adapting to transnational education: students’ experiences at an American university in the UAE

Zsuzsanna Mikecz Munday

Despite the increasing number of transnational universities around the world, little attention has been paid to students who attend foreign universities in their own countries and…


Omani graduates’ English communication skills: employers’ perspectives

Thuraya Khalifa Al Riyami

The purpose of this study is to explore employers’ views on the current English communication skills of higher education institutions (HEIs) graduates in Oman and to identify the…

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