|Description||Creative writing is a common trend, but Creative Online Writing in a second language is a seemingly unexplored field. There are few studies that have analyzed the impacts of websites for cultivating the art of thinking and writing creatively, in Spanish. This project presents the results of a single-subject case study at a private liberal college in the United States.
Five different tasks were designed to study both language acquisition and its impact on creative writing when working with online websites. Three different data sources were used to assess the impact of this study: self-reflection questionnaires, evaluation rubrics, and field notes. The results of this study are intended to provide insights for foreign language teachers who wish to explore process writing in their language classrooms.||en