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Vol. 26, Nº 3, Septiembre 2014

Editorial by June Thompson

Papers

  • A study of learners’ perceptions of online intercultural exchange through Web 2.0 technologies
    Lina Lee and Alfred Markey
  • Iranian EFL teachers’ perceptions of the difficulties of implementing CALL
    Hora (Fatemeh) Hedayati and S. Susan Marandi
  • Collaborative research projects in the technology-enhanced language classroom: Pre-service and in-service teachers exchange knowledge about
    technology
    Euline Cutrim Schmid and Volker Hegelheimer
  • The effects of communication mode on negotiation of meaning and its noticing
    Dogan Yuksel and Banu Inan
  • Engaging student interpreters in vocabulary building: Web search with computer workbench
    Lily Lim

Vol. 26, Nº 2, Mayo 2014

Special Issue on Researching uses of corpora for language teaching and learning

Editorial: Researching uses of corpora for language teaching and learning
Alex Boulton and Pascual Pérez-Paredes

Papers

  • The use of corpus examples for language comprehension and production
    Ana Frankenberg-Garcia
  • The effects of using corpora on revision tasks in L2 writing with coded error feedback
    Yukio Tono and Yoshiho Satake and Aika Miura
  • The effects of paper-based DDL on the acquisition of lexico-grammatical patterns in L2 writing
    Zeping Huang
  • The role of guided induction in paper-based data-driven learning
    Jonathan Smart
  • Enhancing writing pedagogy with learner corpus data
    Elena Cotos
  • Discovering formulaic language through data-driven learning: Student attitudes and efficacy
    Joe Geluso and Atsumi Yamaguchi
  • The use of general and specialized corpora as reference sources for academic English writing: A case study
    Ji-Yeon Chang
  • Is this enough? A qualitative evaluation of the effectiveness of a teacher-training course on the use of corpora in language education
    Agnieszka Leńko-Szymańska

Vol. 26, Nº 1, Enero 2014

Editorial by Françoise Blin and June Thompson

Papers

  • Language-related computer use: Focus on young L2 English learners in Sweden
    Pia Sundqvist and Liss Kerstin Sylvén
  • Is less more? Effectiveness and perceived usefulness of keyword and full captioned video for L2 listening comprehension
    Maribel Montero Perez and Elke Peters and Piet Desmet
  • Captions and reduced forms instruction: The impact on EFL students’ listening comprehension
    Jie Chi Yang and Peichin Chang
  • The effects of audiovisual support on EFL learners’ productive vocabulary
    Wenhua Hsu
  • The effects of L1 and L2 e-glosses on incidental vocabulary learning of junior high-school English students
    Si-Min Hu and Viphavee Vongpumivitch and Jason S. Chang and Hsien-Chin Liou
  • Barriers to the adoption of ICT in teaching Chinese as a foreign language in US universities
    Chun-Yu Lin and Chung-Kai Huang and Chang-Hua Chen

Book review

  • Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Diversity in Research and Practice edited by Stockwell Glenn, Cambridge University Press, 2012,
    ISBN: 9781107016347. 228 pages.
    Lara Lomicka

Vol. 25, Nº 3, Septiembre 2013

Editorial by Françoise Blin

Papers

  • Language students and their technologies: Charting the evolution 2006–2011
    Caroline H Steel and Mike Levy
  • Computer-based oral exams in Italian language studies
    C. Paul Newhouse and Martin Cooper
  • Online reading strategies at work: What teachers think and what students do
    Hsin-Chou Huang
  • Developing a framework for using E-portfolios as a research and assessment tool
    Sun-young Shin
  • Learners’ email with native speakers beyond the class: a follow-up to a classroom email project
    Junko Takahama and Sarah Pasfield-Neofitou

Book review

  • Blending Technologies in Second Language Classrooms, Gruba Paul and Hinkelman Don (Eds). Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, pp. 200. ISBN
    9780230232617.
    Freda Mishan

Vol. 25, Nº 2, Mayo 2013

Editorial by June Thompson

Papers

  • A meta-analysis of effectiveness studies on computer technology-supported language learning
    Maja Grgurović and Carol A. Chapelle and Mack C. Shelley
  • Testing learner reliance on caption supports in second language listening comprehension multimedia environments
    Aubrey Neil Leveridge and Jie Chi Yang
  • Exploring the relationship between situated activity and CALL learning in teacher education
    Levi McNeil
  • Discussing the factors contributing to students’ involvement in an EFL collaborative wiki project
    Hsiao-chien Lee and Pei-ling Wang
  • Decoding the “CoDe”: a framework for conceptualizing and designing help options in computer-based second language listening
    Monica Stella Cardenas-Claros and Paul A. Gruba
  • Authenticity in CALL: three domains of ‘realness’
    Judith Buendgens-Kosten
  • Play to Learn, Learn to Play: Language Learning through Gaming Culture
    Dongwan Ryu

Book review

  • Language Teaching in Blended Contexts, edited by Nicolson Margaret, Murphy Linda and Southgate Margaret, Dunedin Academic Press, Edinburgh,
    UK, 2011, ISBN 9781906716202.
    Silvia Benini

Vol. 25, Nº 1, Enero 2013

Editorial by Françoise Blin and Oranna Speicher

Papers

  • Filling in the gaps: Linking theory and practice through telecollaboration in teacher education
    Melinda Dooly and Randall Sadler
  • Effects of webcams on multimodal interactive learning
    Tatiana Codreanu and Christelle Combe Celik
  • Understanding the online informal learning of English as a complex dynamic system: an emic approach
    Geoffrey Sockett
  • A study of verbal and nonverbal communication in Second Life – the ARCHI21 experience
    Ciara R. Wigham and Thierry Chanier
  • Evaluating a web-based video corpus through an analysis of user interactions
    Catherine G. Caws
  • Integrating cross-cultural interaction through video-communication and virtual worlds in foreign language teaching programs: is there an added value?
    Silvia Canto and Kristi Jauregi and Huub van den Bergh
  • Multimodal language learner interactions via desktop videoconferencing within a framework of social presence: Gaze
    H. Müge Satar
  • Enhancement of automatization through vocabulary learning using CALL: Can prompt language processing lead to better comprehension in L2
    reading?
    Takeshi Sato and Mitsuyasu Matsunuma and Akio Suzuki

Book review

  • Transforming literacies and language: Multimodality and literacy in the new media age. Ho C. M. L., Anderson K. T. and Leong A. P. (eds.), (2011).
    London: Continuum. ISBN 9781441123916, 272 pages.
    Jooyoung Lee

Vol. 24, Nº 3, Septiembre 2012

Special issue on Digital games for language learning: challenges and opportunities

Editorial: Digital games for language learning: from hype to insight?
Frederik Cornillie, Steven L. Thorne and Piet Desmet

Papers

  • Between learning and playing? Exploring learners’ perceptions of corrective feedback in an immersive game for English pragmatics
    Frederik Cornillie, Geraldine Clarebout and Piet Desmet
  • The semiotic ecology and linguistic complexity of an online game world
    Steven L. Thorne, Ingrid Fischer and Xiaofei Lu
  • Gaming as extramural English L2 learning and L2 proficiency among young learners
    Liss Kerstin Sylvén and Pia Sundqvist
  • Affordances for second language learning in World of Warcraft
    Paul S. Rama, Rebecca W. Black, Elizabeth van Es and Mark Warschauer
  • Multimodal analysis of language learning in World of Warcraft play: Languaging as Values-realizing
    Dongping Zheng, Kristi Newgarden and Michael F. Young
  • Learner interaction in a massively multiplayer online role playing game (MMORPG): A sociocultural discourse analysis
    Mark Peterson

EUROCALL resources


Vol. 24, Nº 2, Mayo 2012

Editorial by Françoise Blin

Papers

  • The use of videoconferencing to support multimodal interaction in an online language classroom
    Regine Hampel and Ursula Stickler
  • Beyond learner autonomy: A dynamic systems view of the informal learning of English in virtual online communities
    Geoffrey Sockett and Denyze Toffoli
  • Exploiting a corpus of business letters from a phraseological, functional perspective
    Lynne Flowerdew
  • Mobile Assisted Language Learning in University EFL Courses in Japan: developing attitudes and skills for self-regulated learning
    Mutsumi Kondo, Yasushige Ishikawa, Craig Smith, Kishio Sakamoto, Hidenori Shimomura and Norihisa Wada
  • The Effects of Captions in Teenagers’ Multimedia L2 Learning
    Laurence Lwo and Michelle Chia-Tzu Lin
  • Using a stance corpus to learn about effective authorial stance-taking: A textlinguistic approach
    Peichin Chang

Book Review

  • Evaluating Computer-Assisted Language Learning: An Integrated Approach to Effectiveness Research in CALL, Leakey Jonathan and Lang Peter,
    2011. 308 pp. ISBN 978-3-0343-0145-9.
    Chelo de Andrés Martínez

EUROCALL Resources


Vol. 24, Nº 1, Enero 2012

Editorial by Françoise Blin

Papers

  • Working together online to enhance learner autonomy: Analysis of learners’ perceptions of their online learning experience
    Jérôme Eneau and Christine Develotte
  • EFL learner collaborative interaction in Second Life
    Mark Peterson
  • Developing a Visual Temporal Modeller: Applying an Extensible NLP System to Support Learners’ Understanding of Tense and Aspect in English
    John Kerins and Allan Ramsay
  • A case study of language learners’ social presence in synchronous CMC
    Chao-Jung Ko
  • Effects of required and optional exchange tasks in online language learning environments
    Klaus Brandl

Book Review

  • Task-Based Language Learning and Teaching with Technology, Michael Thomas and Hayo Reinders, (Eds). Continuum Publisher, New York, 2010,
    pp. 242. ISBN-13: 978-1441101532 (hardcover).
    Lina Lee

EUROCALL Resources

Vol. 23, Nº 3, Septiembre 2011

Special issue on CALL and CMC teacher education research

Editorial: Teacher education research in CALL and CMC: more in demand than ever
Mirjam Hauck and Nicolas Guichon

  • Introducing EFL faculty to online instructional conversations
    Carla Meskill and Gulnara Sadykova
  • Learning to teach online or learning to become an online teacher: an exploration of teachers’ experiences in a blended learning course
    Anna Comas-Quinn
  • Using Activity Theory to understand the contradictions in an online transatlantic collaboration between student-teachers of English as a Foreign Language
    Victoria Antoniadou
  • Video-stimulated reflection as a professional development tool in interactive whiteboard research
    Euline Cutrim Schmid
  • Learning to teach with videoconferencing in primary foreign language classrooms
    Shona Whyte
  • CMC-based projects and L2 learning: confirming the importance of nativisation
    Muriel Grosbois

Book review

  • Second Language Distance Learning and Teaching. Theoretical Perspectives and Didactic Ergonomics
    Jean-Claude Bertin, Patrick Gravé and Jean-Paule Narcy-Combes. Hershey, PA.

EUROCALL resources


Vol. 23, Nº 2, Mayo 2011

Editorial by Françoise Blin

Selected papers from EUROCALL 2010

  • Using CALL in a formal learning context to develop oral language awareness in ESL: an assessment
    Laurence Vincent-Durroux, Cécile Poussard, Jean-Marc Lavaur and Xavier Aparicio
  • A computer assisted method to track listening strategies in second language learning
    Stéphanie Roussel

Regular papers

  • Courseware integration into task-based learning: a case study of multimedia courseware supported oral presentations for non-English major students
    Shu-Chiao Tsai
  • A review of multimedia glosses and their effects on L2 vocabulary acquisition in CALL literature
    Mohammed Ali Mohsen and M. Balakumar
  • A study of a multimedia web annotation system and its effect on the EFL writing and speaking performance of junior high school students
    Wu-Yuin Hwang, Rustam Shadiev, Szu-Min Huang

Book review

  • Teaching and Researching Computer-Assisted Language Learning
    Ken Beatty

EUROCALL Resources


Vol. 23, Nº 1, Enero 2011

Editorial by June Thompson

Regular papers

  • On using intelligent computer-assisted language learning in real-life foreign
    language teaching and learning
    Luiz A. Amaral and Detmar Meurers
  • On the effectiveness of robot-assisted language learning
    Sungjin Lee, Hyungjong Noh, Jonghoon Lee, Kyusong Lee, Gary Geunbae Lee,
    Seongdae Sagong and Munsang Kim
  • Developing and evaluating an oral skills training website supported by automatic
    speech recognition technology
    Howard Hao-Jan Chen

Book Review

  • Teaching Academic and Professional English Online
    Tim Lewis

EUROCALL Resources

Vol. 22, Nº 3, Septiembre 2010

Editorial by Françoise Blin

Regular papers

  • Learner participation patterns and strategy use in Second Life: an exploratory
    case study
    Mark Peterson
  • The use of the webcam for teaching a foreign language in a desktop
    videoconferencing environment
    Christine Develotte, Nicolas Guichon & Caroline Vincent
  • Language practice with multimedia supported web-based grammar revision
    material
    Meltem Huri Baturay, Aysegul Daloglu & Soner Yildirim
  • When technology speaks language: an evaluation of course management systems
    used in a language learning context
    Wen-Kai Yu, Yu-Chih Sun and Yu-Jung Chang
  • Online reading: a preliminary study of the impact of integrated and split-
    attention formats on L2 students’ cognitive load
    Saleh Al-Shehri & Christina Gitsaki
  • The development of meaningful interactions on a blog used for the learning of
    English as a Foreign Language
    Annick Rivens Mompean

Software Review

  • Advanced Turkish
    Vehbi Turel

EUROCALL Resources


Vol. 22, Nº 2, Mayo 2010

Editorial by Ana Gimeno

Selected papers from EUROCALL 2009

  • Web-based collaborative reading exercises for autonomous learners in remote locations: The effects of computer-mediated feedback and interaction via computer-mediated communication
    Phil Murphy
  • Collaborative scaffolding in online task-based voice interactions between advanced learners
    M-M Kenning
  • Sintéiseoir 1.0: a multidialectical TTS application for Irish
    Micheàl MacLochlainn
  • From action research to the implementation of ICT pedagogical tools : taking intoaccount students’ needs to propose adjusted online tutorial practice
    Cédric Brudermann

Regular papers

  • Stretched verb collocations with give: their use and translation into Spanish using the BNC and CREA corpora
    Silvia Molina-Plaza and Eduardo de Gregorio-Godeo
  • Fostering reflective writing and interactive exchange through blogging in an advanced language course
    Lina Lee
  • Effects of topic interest and prior knowledge on text recall and annotation use in reading a hypermedia text in the L2
    Gülcan Erçetin
  • From action research to the implementation of ICT pedagogical tools : taking into account practice from the field’s needs to propose adjusted online tutorial practices
    Linda Bradley, Berner Lindström and Hans Rystedt

Book Review

EUROCALL Resources


Vol. 22, Nº 1, Enero 2010

Editorial by Françoise Blin

Regular papers

  • Differences that make the difference: a study of functionalities in synchronous CMC
    Marie-Madeleine Kenning
  • The effects of task type in Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication
    Yucel Yilmaz
  • A social and self-reflective approach to MALL
    Cristina Ros i Solé, Jelena Calic and Daisy Neijmann
  • CALL teacher education as an impetus for L2 teachers in integrating technology
    Kwang Hee Hong
  • EFL students’ vocabulary learning in NS-NNS e-mail interactions: Do they learn new words by imitation?
    Akihiko Sasaki and Osamu Takeuchi
  • Utilizing lexical data from a Web-derived corpus to expand productive collocation knowledge
    Shaoqun Wu, Margaret Franken and Ian H. Witten

Book Review

EUROCALL Resources

Vol. 21, Nº 3, Septiembre 2009

Editorial by June Thompson

Regular papers

  • Developing conversational competence through language awareness and multimodality: the use of DVDs
    Carmen Pérez Basanta and María Moreno Jaén
  • Speed bumps for authentic listening material
    Marty Meinardi
  • The Effect of Using an Online-based Course on the Learning of Grammar Inductively and Deductively
    Ali Farhan AbuSeileek
  • Discussing course literature online: analysis of macro speech acts in an asynchronous computer conference
    Riitta Kosunen

Selected paper from EUROCALL 2008

  • New competencies in a new era? Examining the impact of a teacher training project
    Melinda Dooly

Response to book review

EUROCALL Resources


Vol. 21, Nº 2, Mayo 2009

Selected papers from EUROCALL 2008

  • Editorial
    CALL: New competences and social spaces
    Zsuzsanna Angeli
  •  Invited keynote presentation:
    Web 2 Technologies for Net Native Language Learners: a ‘Social CALL’
    Andrea Kárpáti
  • Invited keynote presentation:
    Will mobile learning change language learning?
    Agnes Kukulska-Hulme
  • Training future language teachers to develop online tutors’ competence through reflective analysis
    Nicolas Guichon
  • Multimodal student interaction online: an ecological perspective
    Therese Örnberg Berglund
  • Designing oral participation in Second Life � a comparative study of two language proficiency courses
    Mats Deutschmann, Luisa Panichi & Judith Molka-Danielsen

Regular papers

  • An evaluation of independent learning of the Japanese hiragana system using an interactive CD
    Barbara Geraghty and Ann Marcus Quinn
  • Machine translation in foreign language learning: language learners’ and tutors’ perceptions of its advantages and disadvantages
    Ana Niño
  • Experimenting with a computer essay-scoring program based on ESL student writing scripts
    David Coniam

EUROCALL Resources


Vol. 21, Nº 1, Enero 2009

Editorial by Françoise Blin

Regular papers

  • Learners’ anxiety in audiographic conferences: a discursive psychology approach to emotion talk
    Beatriz de los Arcos, James A. Coleman and Regine Hampel
  • Peer feedback through blogs: student and teacher perceptions in an advanced German class
    Doris Dippold
  • Testing the limits of data-driven learning: language proficiency and training
    Alex Boulton
  • Developing annotation solutions for online Data Driven Learning
    Pascual Pérez-Paredes and  Jose M. Alcaraz-Calero
  • MALL Technology:  Use of Academic Podcasting in the Foreign Language Classroom
    M’hammed Abdous, Margaret Camarena and Betty Rose Facer
  • Mobile blogs in language learning: making the most of informal and situated learning
    Anna Comas-Quinn, Raquel Mardomingo and Chris Valentine
  • A survey of Internet-mediated intercultural foreign language education in China
    Liang Wang and James A. Coleman
  • An Evaluation of Independent Learning of the Japanese Hiragana System Using an Interactive CD
    Barbara Geraghty and Ann Marcus Quinn

Book Review

Errors and Intelligence in Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Parsers and Pedagogues
Trude Heift and Mathias Schulze

EUROCALL Resources

Vol. 20, Nº 3, Septiembre 2008

Special issue on Mobile Assisted Language Learning (MALL)

Editorial by Lesley Shield and Agnes Kukulska-Hulme

Regular papers

  • Investigating learner preparedness for and usage patterns of mobile learning
    Glenn Stockwell
  • An overview of mobile assisted language learning: From content delivery to supported collaboration and interaction
    Agnes Kukulska-Hulme and Lesley Shield
  • Using PDA for undergraduate student incidental vocabulary testing
    Yanjie Song and Robert Fox
  • L’italiano al telefonino: Using SMS to support beginners’ language learning
    Claire Kennedy and Mike Levy
  • The potential of using a mobile phone to access the Internet for learning EFL listening skills within a Korean context
    Ki Chune Nah, Peter White and Roland Sussex
  • Challenges faced by modern foreign language teacher trainees in using handheld pocket PCs (Personal Digital Assistants) to support their teaching and learning
    Jocelyn Wishart
  • Identity, sense of community and connectedness in a community of mobile language learners
    Sobah Abbas Petersen, Monica Divitini and George Chabert

Book review

Language, Autonomy and the New Learning Environments
Douglas Allford and Norbert Pachler. Bern: Peter Lang, 2007.

Diary


Vol. 20, Nº 2, Mayo 2008

Editorial by John Gillespie

Mastering multimedia: Teaching languages through technology
Selected papers from EUROCALL 2007

  • Listening to the learner voice: the ever-changing landscape of technology use for language students
    Gráinne Conole[Keynote presentation]
  • The unreasonable effectiveness of CALL: what have we learned in two decades of research?
    Uschi Felix[Keynote presentation]
  • Virtual interaction through video-web communication: a step towards enriching and internationalizing language learning programs
    Kristi Jauregi and Emerita Bañados
  • Developing a multimodal communication to enhance the writing competence in an audio-graphic conferencing environment
    Maud Ciekanski and Thierry Chanier

Regular papers

  • Blending classroom instruction with online homework: a study of student perceptions of computer-assisted L2 learning
    Nuria Sagarra and Gabriela Zapata
  • The effectiveness of computer-based corrective feedback for improving segmental quality in L2-Dutch
    Ambra Neri, Catia Cucchiarini, and Helmer Strik

Diary


Vol. 20, Nº 1, Enero 2008

Editorial by Françoise Blin

EUROCALL Research Award 2007

  • English vocabulary learning with word lists, word cards, and computers: implications from cognitive psychology research for optimal spaced learning
    Tatsuya Nakata

Selected Papers from EUROCALL 2006, Granada

  • Language Testing and Technology: Implications for a New Era
    Trish Dooey
  • Wikis: a collective approach to language production
    Andreas Lund
  • Cross-modality effects: initial explorations of the impact of online listening tasks versus online text-based tasks on L2 proficiency
    Matthew Absalom  and  Andrea Rizzi
  • Integrating NTIC and Genre Theory: a Proposal to Increase Students’ Literacy
    María Martínez Lirola and María Tabuenca Cuevas
  • Blogs for Specific Purposes: Expressivist or Socio-Cognitivist Approach?
    Liam Murray and Tríona Hourigan

Regular Paper

  • Evaluating the language resources of chatbots for their potential in English as a Second Language learning
    David Coniam

Diary

Vol. 19, Nº 3, Septiembre 2007

Special issue on Integrating Corpora in Language Learning and Teaching

Editorial by Angela Chambers

  • Integrating learner corpora and natural language processing: a crucial step towards reconciling technological sophistication and pedagogical effectiveness
    Sylviane Granger, Olivier Kraif, Claude Ponton, Georges Antoniadis and Virgine Zampa
  • Enhancing a process-oriented approach to literacy and language learning: The role of corpus consultation literacy
    �de O�Sullivan
  • Concgramming: A computer-driven approach to learning the phraseology of English
    Chris Greaves and Martin Warren
  • Integrating corpus work into secondary education: from data-driven learning to needs-driven corpora
    Sabine Braun
  • Using a multimodal concordancing tool for materials development
    Katherine Ackerley and Francesca Coccetta
  • Learning English grammar with a corpus: experimenting with concordancing in a university grammar course
    Maria Estling Vannest�l and Hans Lindquist

Books Reviewed

  • From Corpus to Classroom. Language use and language teaching Anne O�Keeffe, Michael McCarthy and Ronald Carter
    Review by Fanny Meunier
  • Corpora in the Foreign Language Classroom Encarnaci�n Hidalgo, Luis Quereda and Juan Santana (eds.)
    Review by John Osborne

MALL Special Issue: Call for Papers


Vol. 19, Nº 2, Mayo 2007

Selected Papers from EUROCALL 2006, Granada, Spain

  • A review of technology choice for teaching language skills and areas in the CALL literature
    Glenn Stockwell
  • Didactic patterns for electronic materials in the teaching of interculturalism through literature: the experience of the research group LEETHI
    Asunción López-Varela Azcúrate
  • FipsOrtho: A spell checker for learners of French
    Sébastien Lóhaire
  • Integrating CALL into the classroom: The role of podcasting in an ESL listening strategies course
    Anne O-Bryan and Volker Hegelheimer
  • A triangular approach to motivation in Computer Assisted Autonomous Language Learning (CAALL)
    Francoise Raby
  • Critical success factors in a TRIDEM exchange
    Mirjam Hauck

Regular paper

  • Constructing a Virtual «Third Space» for EFL Learners: Where Language and Cultures Meet
    Meei-Ling Liaw

Books Reviewed

  • Levy, M., Stockwell G. (2006) CALL Dimensions: Options and Issues in Computer-Assisted Language Learning. Mahwah, London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
    Robert O’Dowd
  • Chanier, T. (2004) Archives ouvertes et publication scientifique: Comment mettre en place l’accs libre aux résultats de la recherche. Paris: L’Harmattan.
    Jean-Claude Bertin

Vol. 19, Nº 1, Enero 2007

Regular papers

  • The Need for a Speech Corpus
    Dermot Campbell
  • Learners  strategies with a grammar application: The influence of language ability and personality preferences
    Fenfang Hwu
  • A road to understanding: qualitative study into why learners drop out of blended language learning classes
    Elke Stracke

Selected papers from EUROCALL 2005, Granada, Spain

  • Malaysian ESL Teachers- Use of ICT in Their Classrooms: Expectations and Realities
    Melor Md Yunus
  • Tool mediation in focus-on-form activities: Case studies in a grammar-exploring environment
    Petter Karlstrm, Ola Knutsson, Henrik Lindstrm and Teresa Cerratto-Pargman

Diary

Reviews

  • Designing Authenticity into Language Learning Materials
    Freda Mishan

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Vol. 18, Nº 2, Noviembre 2006

Articles

  • Can you measure attitudinal factors in intercultural communication?
    Karin Vogt
  • Evaluating computer-based and paper-based versions of an English language listening test
    David Coniam
  • Exploring German Pre-service Teachers� Electronic and Professional Literacies
    Carolin Fuchs
  • Integration of Computers into an EFL Reading Classroom
    Kang-Mi Lim

Book Review

  • ICT and Language Learning: Integrating Pedagogy and Practice
    David Barr
  • Designing Authenticity into Language Learning Materials
    Brian Tomlinson
  • Artificial Intelligence in Second Language Learning: Raising Error Awareness
    Michael Thomas
  • Mobile Learning: A Handbook for Educators and Trainers
    Trude Heift

Diary


Vol. 18, Nº 1, Mayo 2006

Selected Papers from EUROCALL 2005, Krakow, Poland

  • Supporting oral production for professional purposes in synchronous communication with heterogeneous learners
    Anna Vetter and Thierry Chanier
  • Evaluating Hypermedia structures as a means of improving language learning strategies and motivation
    Dominique H�mard
  • Developing Adaptive Systems At Early Stages Of Children�s Foreign Language Development
    Ana Bel�n Cumbre�o Espada, Mercedes Rico Garc�a, Alejandro Curado Fuentes and Eva M� Dom�nguez G�mez
  • Flexible Learning Activities Fostering Autonomy in Teacher Training
    Rita Kupetz and Birgit Ziegenmeyer
  • Integrating a corpus of classroom discourse in language teacher education: the case of discourse markers
    Carolina P. Amador Moreno, Angela Chambers and St�phanie O�Riordan

Regular Papers

  • Rethinking task design for the digital age: a framework for language teaching and learning in a synchronous online environment
    Regine Hampel
  • Negotiation of meaning in desktop videoconferencing-supported distance language learning
    Yuping Wang

Book Review

  • ICT and Language Learning: Integrating Pedagogy and Practice
    David Barr
  • Designing Authenticity into Language Learning Materials
    Brian Tomlinson

Diary

Vol. 17, Nº 2, Noviembre 2005

Articles

  • A closer look at Blended Learning � parameters for designing a Blended Learning environment for language teaching and learning.
    Petra Neumeier
  • Blended Learning in a Teacher Training Course: Integrated Interactive E-Learning and Contact Learning.
    Rita Kupetz and Birgit Ziegenmeyer
  • Can it be as Effective? Distance versus Blended Learning in a Web-based EAP programme.
    Mihye Harker and Dimitra Koutsantoni
  • CASLA through a social constructivist perspective: WebQuest in project-driven language learning.
    Vassiliki Simina & Marie-Jos�e Hamel
  • Situated creation of multimedia activities for distance learners: motivational and cultural issues.
    Christine Develotte, Fran�ois Mangenot & Katerina Zourou
  • CALL research archive: how can an online knowledge base further communication among second language professionals?
    Jane Hanson, Svetlana Dembovskaya & Soojung Lee
  • In two minds? Learner attitudes to bilingualism and the Bilingual Tandem Analyser.
    Peter Kapec & Klaus Schwienhorst
  • What do meta-analyses tell us about CALL effectiveness?
    Uschi Felix

Book Review

  • New Perspectives on CALL for Second Language Classrooms.
    Mathias Schulze
  • ICT- Integrating Computers in Teaching. Creating a Computer-Based Language Learning Environment.
    Marie-No�lle Lamy

Book Review

  • Colloquial Spanish 2: The Next Step in Language Learning.
    M�ir�ad Moriarty

Diary


Vol. 17, Nº 1, Mayo 2005

Editorial

Selected Papers from EUROCALL 2004

  • CALL Past, Present, and Future: a bibliometric approach
    Udo Jung
  • CALL from the margins: towards effective dissemination of CALL research and good practices
    Jim Coleman
  • Inspectable Learner Models For Web-based Language Learning
    Trude Heift
  • From pedagogically relevant corpora to authentic language learning contents
    Sabine Braun
  • Computer corpora and the language classroom: on the potential and limitations of computer corpora in language teaching
    Gunther Kaltenboeck
  • E-learning Pedagogy in the Third Millennium: The need for combining social and cognitive constructivist approaches
    Uschi Felix

Regular Papers

  • Learner interaction using email: the effects of task modification
    Paul Knight
  • A hybrid approach to developing CALL materials: authoring with Macromedia�s Dreamweaver/Coursebuilder
    Pamela Rogerson-Revell
  • Content-based support for Persian Learners of English
    Vahid Mirzaiean and Allan Ramsay

Book Review

  • English Language Learning and Technology
    Carol A. Chapelle

Diary

Vol. 16, Nº 2, Noviembre 2004

Editorial

Selected Papers from WorldCALL 2003

  • *How to integrate CALL in a French class taught as a Second Foreign Language in a regional Vietnamese university
    Jean-Guy Trepanier
  • Mediating the digital divide in CALL classrooms: Promoting effective language tasks in limited technology contexts
    Joy Egbert and Yu-Feng (Diana) Yang
  • Instructor use of online language learning resources: a survey of socio-institutional and motivational factors
    Jonathan Reinhardt and Barbara K Nelson
  • How to chat in English and Chinese: Emerging digital language conventions
    Heather Lotherington et al
  • Connecting, motivating and raising awareness via WELL: developing intelligent e-learning environments for science students
    Marina Canapero
  • The Additional Uses of CALL in the Endangered Language Context
    Monica Ward
  • *Création du logiciel d’alphabétisation bilingue Le français sur le bout des doigts : évaluation de l’outil et de la démarche de développement
    Rachel Berthiaume et al
  • Towards an activity-theoretical perspective on the study of CALL and learner autonomy
    Françoise Blin
  • Putting Principles into Practice
    Joan Jamieson, Carol Chapelle and Sherry Preiss
  • Corrective Feedback and Learner Uptake in CALL
    Trude Heift
  • Preparing the new generation of CALL researchers and practitioners: What nine months in an MA program can (or cannot) do
    Volker Hegelheimer et al
  • Another Look at Tutorial CALL
    Phil Hubbard
  • A Principle-Based Approach to Teaching Grammar on the Web
    Martin Beaudoin
  • *Évaluation et multimédia dans l’apprentissage d’une L2
    Michel Laurier
  • Evaluation of CALL: Initial Vocabulary Learning
    Paul Allum
  • Enhancing Online CALL Design: the case for evaluation
    Dominique Hémard
  • Oral conversations online: redefining oral competence in synchronous environments
    Marie-Noelle Lamy

* Written in French

Selected Paper from EUROCALL 2003, University of Limerick

  • Electronic Texts Or Learning Through Textbooks In Call: An Experimental Study
    Ninette Cartes-Enriquez

Book Review

Diary


Vol. 16, Nº 1, Mayo 2004

Selected Papers from EUROCALL 2003

  • Guides on the Side? Tasks and Challenges for Teachers in Telecollaborative Projects
    Robert O’Dowd and Katrin Eberbach
  • Pedagogic Aspects Of The Design And Content Of An Online Course For The Development Of Lexical Competence: ADELEX
    Carmen Pérez Basanta
  • Increasing accessibility by pooling digital resources
    Steve Cushion
  • Coaching Academic English through Voice and Text Production Models
    Caroline Greenman
  • Cell Phones In Task Based Learning : Are Cell Phones Useful Language Learning Tools?
    Patrick Kiernan and Kazumi Aizawa
  • What Really Makes Students Like a Web Site? What are the Implications for Designing Web-based Language Learning Sites?
    Jane Hughes and Claire McAvinia
  • Computer Generated Feedback on Vowel Production by Learners of English as a Second Language
    David Brett
  • Delivering an Online Translation Course
    Dermot Campbell
  • Observations in the computer room: L2 output and learner behaviour
    Christine Leahy
  • Trayectorias: a new model for on-line task-based learning
    Cristina Ros i Solé and Raquel Mardomingo
  • Corpus consultation and advanced learners’ writing skills in French
    Angela Chambers and Íde O’Sullivan
  • An English Pronunciation Learning System for Japanese Students based on Diagnosis of Critical Pronunciation Errors
    Tsubota Yasushi
  • Supporting a course in new literacies and skills for linguists with a Virtual Learning Environment: results from a staff/student collaborative action-research project at Coventry University
    Marina Orsini-Jones
  • WELL Done and WELL liked: online information literacy skills and learner impressions of the Web as a resource for foreign language learning
    Fernando Rosell-Aguilar
  • ELLIPS: Providing web-based language learning for Higher Education in the Netherlands
    Alessandra Corda and Sake Jager

Regular Paper

  • A Multivariate Analysis Of Secondary Students’ Experience Of Web-Based Language Learning
    Uschi Felix

Conference Report: EUROCALL 2003

EUROCALL Annual Report 2002/2003

Book / software Review

Diary

Vol. 15, Nº 2, Noviembre 2003

Regular papers

  • Developing a cultural syllabus for business language e-learning materials
    Pamela Rogerson-Revell
  • Preparing language exams: an on-line learning system with dictionary and e-mail tandem
    Vanessa Weber
  • Analysis of Research in CALL (1980-2000) with a Reflection on CALL as an Academic Discipline
    Robert Debski
  • The use of corpora and IT in a comparative evaluation approach for Business English oral reports
    Alejandro Curado Fuentes
  • The polycontextual nature of computer-supported learning – theoretical and methodological perspectives
    Maarit Saarenkunnas, Leena Kuure & Peppi Taalas
  • A close look at a mailing list discussion: the case of a Japanese beginner’s class
    Mayumi Hoshi

EUROCALL Research Award, 2002
Runner-up submissions:

  • An Application of XML to the Creation of an Interactive Resource for Authentic Language Learning Tasks
    Freda Mishan and Bob Strunz
  • CALL, Commercialism, and Culture: Inherent Software Design Conflicts and their Results
    Michael Shaughnessy

Book Review

Language Learning Online: Towards Best Practice, ed. Uschi Felix
Peppi Taalas

Software Review

Euro Talk Multimedia Flashcard CD-ROM for Beginners in Hebrew
Olga Tabachnikova

Diary


Vol. 15, Nº 1, Mayo 2003

Editorial: Peppi Taalas

Selected papers from EUROCALL 2002, Jyväskylä

Networked Language Learning – A link missing?

  • Speech Technologies for Pronunciation Feedback and Evaluation
    Rebecca Hincks
  • Theoretical perspectives and new practices in audio-graphic conferencing for language learning
    Regine Hampel
  • Effects of Topic Threads on Sustainability of E-mail Interactions between Native Speakers and Nonnative Speakers
    Glenn Stockwell
  • CSCL- A Tool to Motivate Foreign Language Learners: The Finnish Application
    Tuija Lehtonen and Sirpa Tuomainen
  • Creating a Computer-Based Language Learning Environment
    David Barr and John Gillespie
  • Conceptualisation and development of multimedia courseware in a tertiary educational context: juxtaposing approach, content, and technology considerations
    Ruth Trinder

EUROCALL Research Award, 2002

Beyond interaction: The study of collaborative activity in computer-mediated tasks
Gabriela Adela Gánem Gutiérrez

Regular Paper

Learners’ interactions: A comparison of oral and computer-assisted written conversations
Marisol Fernández-García and Asunción Martínez-Arbelaiz

Review

Des outils pour des langues. Multimédia et Apprentissage
Jean-Claude Bertin. Paris: Ellipses 2001, pp 192.

EUROCALL Annual Report 2001-2002

Diary

Vol. 14, Nº 2, Noviembre 2002

Editorial

Selected papers from EUROCALL 2001, Nijmegen

  • A new tool for teachers and researchers involved in e-mail tandem language
    learning

    Christine Appel and Tony Mullen
  • Feedback generation and linguistic knowledge in «S L I M » Automatic tutor
    Rodolfo Delmonte

EUROCALL Research Award, 2001
Winner:

  • CALLing for Help: researching language learning strategies using help
    facilities in a web-based multimedia program

    Joan-Tomàs Pujolà

Runners-up:

  • Richness of semantic encoding in a hypermedia-assisted instructional
    environment for ESP: effects on incidental vocabulary retention among
    learners with low ability in the target language

    Juan Francisco Coll
  • Reusable XML Technologies and the Development of Language Learning Materials
    Monica Ward

Regular Papers

  • Learners’ interactions: A comparison of oral and computer-assisted written
    conversations

    Marisol Fernández-García and Asunción Martínez-Arbelaiz
  • Improving Access to Target Vocabulary Using Computerized Bilingual Dictionaries
    John Paul Loucky
  • Evaluation of a team model of digital language exchange
    Shiao-Chuan Kung

Reviews

  • Beyond Language Teaching Towards Language Advising, edited by Marina
    Mozzon-McPherson and Roel Vismans, The Centre for Information on Language
    Teaching and Research (CILT), London, 2001, ISBN 1 902031 81 4, pp 231.
  • Gesprochenes und geschriebenes Englisch im computergestützten
    Fremdsprachenerwerb

    Mario Oesterreicher, Peter Lang; Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern,
    Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien 2001, pp 127.
  • Des outils pour des langues. Multimédia et Apprentissage
    Jean-Claude Bertin. Paris: Ellipses 2001,pp 192.

EUROCALL 2002 Conference Report

Diary


Vol. 14, Nº 1, Mayo 2002

Editorial

Selected Papers from EUROCALL 2001, Nijmegen

e-learning

  • The web as vehicle for constructivist approaches in language teaching
    Uschi Felix, Monash University, Australia.
  • Motivation and task performance in a task-based, web-based tandem project
    Christine Appel, Dublin City University, Ireland
    Roger Gilabert, Universitat Ramon Llull, Spain
  • Learning e-learning: a comparative investigation of course developers’ and language teacher trainees’ views regarding the usefulness and effectiveness of a multimedia self-tuition course
    Lies Sercu, and Elke Peters, KU Leuven, Belgium
  • E-language learning for the airline industry
    Ana Gimeno-Sanz, Universidad Polit�cnica de Valencia, Spain
  • CALL by Design: Discourse, products and processes
    Mike Levy, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia
  • Online interactive courseware: using movies to promote cultural understanding in a CALL environment
    Michael J. Shawback, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
    N.M. Terhune, Ryukoku University, Japan
  • Web-enhanced approaches to the teaching of Linguistic Variation in French.
    Nicole McBride, University of North London, UK
  • Narcy’s Learning Stages as the Base for Creating Multimedia Modules for L2 Acquisition
    Joline Boulon, Universit� Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France
  • Reluctance, Resistance and Radicalism: A Study of Staff Reaction to the adoption of CALL/C & IT in Modern Languages Departments
    John H Gillespie and J David Barr, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland
  • Assessing Learners’ Writing using Lexical Frequency
    Robin Goodfellow, Open University, UK
    Glyn Jones, City and Guilds College, UK
    Marie-No�lle Lamy, Open University, UK
  • CALL and the classroom: the case for comparative research
    Paul Allum, Japan
  • Computer-assisted second language assessment: to the top of the pyramid
    Marie J. Myers, Faculty of Education, Queen’s University, MacArthur Hall, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, K7L 3N6

EUROCALL Annual Report, 2000-2001

Book reviews

  • The IALL Language Center Design Kit
  • ICT and Language Learning: a European Perspective

Diary

Vol. 13, Nº 2, Noviembre 2001

Selected Papers from EUROCALL 2000

  • Paul Allum. Principles applicable to the production of CALL-ware: learning from the field of human computer interaction (HCI)
  • Gavin Burnage. Approaches to University Network-Based Language Learning
  • Gunther Kaltenboeck. Learner autonomy: a guiding principle in designing a CD-ROM for intonation practice
  • Birgit Winkler. English Learners� Dictionaries on CD-ROM as Reference and Language Learning Tools

Regular papers

  • Huw Jarvis. Internet usage on English for Academic Purposes courses
  • Julie A. Belz. Institutional and Individual Dimensions of Transatlantic Group Work in Network-Based Language Teaching
  • Lina Lee Murkland. Online Interaction: Negotiation of Meaning and Strategies Used Among Learners of Spanish
  • Hew Soon Hin and Mitsuru Ohki. A study of the effectiveness and usefulness of animated graphical annotation (AGA) in Japanese Computer Assisted Language Learning (JCALL)
  • Bernard Susser. A Defense of Checklists for Courseware Evaluation
  • Philippe Delcloque and Alexandre. DISSEMINATE, an initial implementation proposal, a new point of departure in CALL for the ‘year 01’?

Software reviews

  • Ease – Listening to Lectures
  • EuroTalk Advanced French DVD-ROM – Au coeur de la Loi

EUROCALL 2001 Conference Report

Diary


Vol. 13, Nº 1, Mayo 2001

Selección de ponencias de EUROCALL 2000, Universidad de Abertay Dundee, Escocia, (Reino Unido), del 31 de agosto al 2 de septiembre de 2000

Language Learning in the New Millennium: Networks for Lifelong Learning, Interdisciplinarity and Intelligent Feedback

Introduction by Philippe Delcloque

Selected Papers

  • Carol A. Chapelle. Innovative Language Learning: Achieving the Vision
  • Dominique H�mard & Steve Cushion. Evaluation of a Web-based Language Learning Environment: the importance of a user-centred design approach for CALL
  • Michel Labour. Evaluating the quality of network-oriented authoring tools to create interactive learning/teaching products
  • Uschi Felix. The Web’s potential for language learning: the students’ perspective
  • Kirsten S�ntgens. Circling the Globe: Fostering Experiential Language Learning
  • Wolfgang Menzel, Daniel Herron, Rachel Morton, Dario Pezzotta, Patrizia Bonaventura & Peter Howarth. Interactive pronunciation training
  • Joan-Tom�s Pujol�. Did CALL feedback feed back? Researching learners’ use of feedback
  • Trude Heift. Error-Specific and Individualized Feedback in a Web-based Language Tutoring System: Do They Read It?
  • Anne Vandeventer. Creating a grammar checker for CALL by constraint relaxation: A feasibility study
  • Pius ten Hacken & Cornelia Tschichold. Word Manager and CALL: Structured access to the lexicon as a tool for enriching learners’vocabulary

EUROCALL Annual Report

Diary

Vol. 12, Nº 2, Noviembre 2000

  • Ema Ushioda. Tandem language learning via e-mail: from motivation to autonomy
  • Ofelia R. Nikolova. Affective aspects of student authoring for foreign language learning
  • Philip Hood. The potential contribution of encyclopaedic foreign language CD-ROM packages to the acquisition of language and knowledge
  • Marie-Madeleine Kenning. Concordancing and comprehension: preliminary observations on using concordance output to predict pitfalls
  • Mike Levy. Scope, goals and methods in CALL research: questions of coherence and autonomy
  • Paul Brett. Developing cross-cultural competence in business through multimedia courseware

Conference Report

  • EUROCALL2000

Book Review

Languages and the Transfer of Skills: The Relevance of Language Learning for 21st Century Graduates in the World of Work

Software Reviews

  • Beginning Chinese
  • Excel at Academic English
  • Nuffield French for Science Students
  • The Original Real English interactive
  • WordPROF French, Improve your French Vocabulary

Diary


Vol. 12, Nº 1, Mayo 2000

Selección de ponencias de EUROCALL 99, Universidad de Besançon, Francia, 16-18 de septiembre de 1999.

ICT in varied language learning environments

Introduction by Thierry Chanier

Selected Papers

  • E. Esch and C. Zähner: The contribution of Communication Technology (ICT) to language learning environments or the mystery of the secret agent
  • J. Gillespie: Towards a computer-based learning environment: a pilot study in the use of FirstClass
  • M. Möllering: Computer mediated communications: learning German online in Australia
  • L. Shield, L.B. Davies and M.J. Weininger: Fostering (pro)active language learning through MOO
  • R. O’Dowd: Intercultural learning via videoconferencing: a pilot exchange project
  • C. Cabot: The effects of the World Wide web on reading and writing skills in a Spanish cultural studies course
  • A. Gimeno-Sanz and C. Navarro: A review of Centro Virtual Cervantes
  • A. Vandeventer and M.J. Hamel: Reusing a syntactic generator for CALL purposes
  • M. Laurier: Can computerised testing be authentic?

EUROCALL Annual Report

Conference Report

Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL 1999)

Book Review

Language Centres: Integration through Innovation. Papers from the 5th CERCLES Conference, Bergamo, 17-19 September 1998.

Software Reviews

  • Italia 2000: A multimedia course of Italian language and culture
  • Das Wirtschaftsmilieu in Europa: Deutschland

Diary

Vol. 11, Nº 3, Noviembre 1999

Editorial

Articles

  • L. Baten, M. E. Ricker and I. Deceuninck: WebSiteStories (WST): Evaluating works of art
  • B. Broncano and M. Ribeiro: Computers and multimedia resources in the teaching of Portuguese as a foreign language and culture: a survey
  • P. Harben: An exercise in applying pedagogical principles to multimedia CALL materials design
  • C. Jones: Contextualise & personalise: key strategies for vocabulary acquisition
  • M. D. La Torre: A web-based resource to improve translation skills
  • B. Montero Fleta, C. Pérez Sabater, L. Gil Salom, C. Pérez Guillot, C. Soler Monreal and E. Turney: Evaluating multimedia programs for language learning: a case study

Book Reviews

  • Language Teaching & Language Technology
  • The Internet & ELT
  • CALL Environments: Research, Practice and Critical Issues

Software Reviews

  • Tell Me More Pro Advanced French
  • Nedercom Dutch Packages

Conference Reports

  • EUROCALL 99, Besançon
  • CALICO 99
  • 2nd ELC Conference
  • CALLing Asia
  • CercleS 5

Diary


Vol. 11, Nº 2, Septiembre 1999

Ésta es una edición especial de ReCALL dedicada a «Web Enhanced Language Learning», a la que sólo se puede acceder a través de la web en la sección de «ediciones electrónicas«.


Vol. 11, Nº 1, Mayo 1999

Selección de ponencias de EUROCALL 98, KU Leuven, Bélgica, 9-12 septiembre de 1998.

From classroom teaching to world-wide learning

Introduction

Keynotes

Selected Papers

  • P. Bangs & L. Shield: Why change authors into programmers?
  • U. Felix: Exploiting the Web for language teaching:selected approaches
  • J. Gillespie & J. McKee: Resistance to CALL: degrees of student reluctance to use CALL and ICT
  • C. Gitsaki & R. P. Taylor: Internet-based activities for the ESL
  • C. Jones: Laying the foundations: designing a computing course for languages
  • T. Koet: ICT and language skills: an integrated course
  • A.Levine, O. Ferenz & T. Reves: A computer mediated curriculum in the EFL academic writing class
  • C. Maingard: Evolutionary Epistemology in language learning – possible implications for CALL
  • J. R�zeau: Evolution des attitudes et des repr�sentations dans l’apprentissage des langues dans un environnement multim�dia
  • M. Ritter, C. Kallenbach & J. Pankhurst: The «all-inclusive» tutor – excluding learner autonomy?
  • M. Schultze: From the developer to the learner: describing grammar learners
  • J. Vanparys & L. Baten: How to offer real help to grammar learners
  • J. Wong & A. Fauverge: LEVERAGE: Reciprocal peer tutoring over broadband networks

Vol. 10, Nº 2, Noviembre 1998

Editorial

Articles

  • S.-A. Kitts and K. Whittlestone: CAL Scribe: a multimedia template ideal for CALL development
  • S. Tippett and B. Cook: Authoring Tools: a comparative study
  • J.-J. Hochart: Improving listening and speaking skills in English through the use of authoring systems
  • E. Matthews: Language learning using multimedia conferencing: the ReLaTe project
  • J. Singleton, J. Keane and B. Nkwenti-Azeh: CALL meets software engineering: towards a multimedia conceptual dictionary

Update

J.H. Gillespie and J. McKee: The Text Analysis Program: developing students’ analytical skills

Habeas corpus

T. McEnery

Conference Reports

  • NLP in CALL
  • CALICO 98
  • WorldCALL 98
  • EUROCALL 98
  • CercleS 5

Book Reviews

    • Computer-Assisted Language Learning, Context and Contextualization
  • New Technologies in Language Learning and Teaching

Diary


Vol 10, Nº 1, Mayo 1998

Selección de ponencias de EUROCALL 97, Dublin City University, Irlanda, 11-13 septiembre de 1997.

Where Research and Practice Meet

Edited by Fran�oise Blin (Dublin City University) and June Thompson (University of Hull)

Editorial

Address by the Minister for Education & Science – M. Martin T.D.

Keynotes

  • N. Garrett: Where do research and practice meet? Developing a discipline
  • C. Curran: Technology and universities: context, cost and culture
  • M.P. Perrin: Puissance du binaire, cr�ativit� du synaptique

Special Tribute

S. Myles: The language learner and the software designer

Selected Papers

  • T. Coverdale-Jones: Does computer-mediated conferencing really have a reduced social dimension?
  • U. Felix: Virtual language learning: potential and practice
  • M. Fox: Breaking down the distance barriers: perceptions and practice in technology-mediated distance language acquisition
  • R. Goodfellow and M.-N. Lamy: Learning to learn a language – at home or on the Web
  • M.-J. Hamel: Les outils de TALN dans SAFRAN
  • M. Levy: Two conceptions of learning and their implications for CALL at the tertiary level
  • D. Little and E. Ushioda: Designing, implementing and evaluating a project in tandem language learning via e-mail
  • L. Murray: Wintegrate? Reactions to T�l�-Textes Author 2, a CALL multimedia package
  • H. Nesi: Using the Internet to teach English for academic purposes
  • K. Schwienhorst: The ‘third place’ – virtual reality applications for second language learning

Seminar on research in CALL

D. Little

President’s Report

G. Davies

CILT Research Forum – Report

A. Jamieson

Software Review

PROF (Practical Revision Of French) – S. Graham

Diary

Vol. 9, Nº 2, Noviembre 1997

CALL – The Challenge of Grammar

Editores invitados: Robin Goodfellow y Peter Metcalfe, Institute of Educational Technology, Open University

Editorial

Articles

  • R. Goodfellow and P. Metcalfe: The challenge – back to basics or brave new world?
  • T. McEnery, A. Wilson and P. Baker: Teaching grammar again after twenty years: corpus-based help for teaching grammar
  • N. McBride and K. Seago: Bridging the gap: grammar as hypertext
  • M.-N. Lamy: The Web for French grammar: a tool, a resource or a waste of time?
  • P. Corness, K. Courtney and S. Matthews: Astcovea: grammar in context
  • J. Soria: Expert CALL: data-based versus knowledge-based interaction and feedback
  • A. Kr�ger and S. Hamilton RECALL: individual language tutoring through intelligent error diagnosis

Habeas corpus

T. McEnery

Conference Reports

  • EUROCALL 97: Where Research and Practice Meet
  • CALL Exeter: Theory and Practice of Multimedia CALL
  • FLEAT III
  • CALICO 97

Software Reviews

    • Sprachlabor
  • A La Recherche d’un Emploi

Diary


Vol. 9, Nº 1, Mayo 1997

Articles

  • Editorial
  • T. McEnery and A. Wilson: Teaching and Language Corpora (TALC)
  • R. Kane-Iturrioz: Computer-based language assessment: a formative approach
  • J. Woodin: Email tandem learning and the communicative curriculum
  • P. Brett: Do-it-yourself multimedia
  • H. Jarvis: The role of IT in English for Academic Purposes: a survey

Update

D. Marsh et alProject MERLIN: a learning environment of the future

Book Review

The Student’s Guide to the internet

Software Reviews

    • T�l�-Textes
  • Collins Cobuild
  • Collins French Dictionary

Diary

Vol. 8, Nº 2, Noviembre 1996

Articles

  • Editorial
  • R. Goodfellow, I. Jeffreys, T.Miles and T.Shirra: Face-to-face language learning at a distance? A study of a videoconference try-out
  • B. McCarthy: Fully integrated CALL: mission accomplished
  • R. Ward: Formes Cach�es: a computer game with a French natural language interface

Update

T. Duggan: Teletext for CALL

Conference Reports

  • CALICO 96
  • EUROCALL 96

Software Reviews

    • English Discoveries
  • Up to standard German
  • Italiano Interattivo
  • Compact Greek

Book Review

International Who’s Who in Translation and Terminology

EUROCALL News

Diary


Vol. 8, Nº 1, Mayo 1996

Articles

  • Editorial
  • M. Nordenhake and R. Greatrex: Computer assisted language learning for two-byte languages: the case of Chinese
  • U. Felix and M. Lawson: Developing German writing skills by way of Timbuktu: A pilot study comparing computer-based and conventional teaching
  • G. Talbot: Looking up in anger: translation practice in the CALL lab
  • P. Manning: Exploratory teaching of grammar rules and CALL

Conference Reports

  • Educational Technology in Language Learning 6
  • Multiple Media for Language Learning

Software Reviews

    • Up to Standard in French
  • Business English
  • Desktop English
  • Japanese: Daily Conversation for Beginners
  • The Phonemic Alphabet in English

Book Reviews

    • Multimedia and Hypertext – the Internet and beyond
  • Computers and English Language Learning

EUROCALL AGM: Minutes and President’s Report

Diary

Vol. 7, Nº 2, Noviembre 1995

Articles

  • Kurt Kohn: Perspectives on Computer Assisted Language Learning
  • Paul Seedhouse: Communicative CALL: Focus on the Interaction produced by CALL Software
  • Ute Greifnieder: The influence of audio support on the effectiveness of CALL
  • Brian McCarthy: Realism and Reality in CALL Software
  • Elke St John: Language Learning via email: demonstrable success with German
  • Virginia M Scott and Elizabeth New: Computer Aided Analysis of Foreign Language Writing Process

Conference reports

  • EUROCALL 95
  • CALICO 95
  • Exeter CALL conference

Software Reviews

    • Bon Accord v1.03
  • Eurolinguist Test: Evita
  • Ruf’ Mal An
  • Travel Talk English-German/German-English

Diary

Stop Press: WORLDCALL Conference


Vol. 7, Nº 1, Mayo 1995

Editorial

Articles

  • E. M. Esch: Exploring the concept of distance for language learning
  • A. Stevens: Issues in distance teaching in languages
  • S. Hagen: User preferences in open and distance language learning: what are the options for multimedia?
  • C. Jennings: Enriching the distance language learning experience through telematics and multimedia: a case study
  • C. Zahner: Second language acquisition and the computer: variation in second language acquisition
  • B. Kettemann: How effective is CALL in ELT?
  • M. Glencross: Using the Robert Electronique as a language learning resource

Software Reviews

    • Salsa
  • Spiele mit W�rtern
  • Lehr-und �bungsprogramm der deutschen Sprache
  • Spanish Assistant for Windows
  • Travel Talk English-French/French-English
  • Apprenez le Fran�ais avec le Fils d’Asterix (Disque 2)

Book Review

  • Barriers and Bridges: Media technology in language learning

Diary