WeShareScience 101: A Website for Creating Video Abstracts

Sara Nezami Nav

Abstract

Video abstracts are becoming a major platform for disseminating recent research and websites such as We Share Science (http://wesharescience.com) provide researchers with opportunities to create them. In this review, a detailed description of the website is put forward along with its teaching and learning potentials for research writing courses in L2 settings. As the researchers who publish their videos on this website come from different language and disciplinary backgrounds, it is of interest to see how it can potentially benefit L2 learners. The review reveals the benefits along with the drawbacks that teachers will need to address if interested in implementing the website in their course for L2 students. 


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