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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2000 Volume 22, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Introduction to the Special Issue of the "Journal of Educational Computing Research": Research in Computer Assisted Language Learning

    Carla Meskill

    The research articles in this special issue are authored by scholars who share as their common concern the ways in which technologies can best be used to support the acquisition of additional... More

    pp. 239-41

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  2. Leveling the Playing Field: A Study of Captioned Interactive Video for Second Language Learning

    Peter Shea

    Presents a study of integrated computer technology which incorporates pace-controlled syntactic chunking in a captioned video presentation. In addition to increasing student motivation and learning... More

    pp. 243-63

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  3. Technologies Use with ESL Learners in New York State: Preliminary Report

    Carla Meskill & Jonathan Mossop

    Presents preliminary research concerning learners whose native language is not English and who attend public school in New York State. Research focused on how English as a Second Language (ESL)... More

    pp. 265-84

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  4. Language Learner Strategies with Technology

    Helen Ulitsky

    Examines use of learning strategies by experienced adult learners of foreign languages. The goal was to determine how these exemplary language learners engage a multimedia environment, what... More

    pp. 285-322

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  5. Promoting Foreign Culture Acquisition via the Internet in a Sociocultural Context

    Maritza Osuna

    Captures the complexity of incorporating new technologies in an advanced foreign language course. Describes the activity in which participants engaged to acquire cultural knowledge through use of... More

    pp. 323-45

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  6. A Case Study of Learner Interaction in Technology-Enhanced Language Learning Environments

    Travis Bradley & Lara Lomicka

    Researchers spent four months observing and interviewing students in French and Spanish language classrooms. Several themes emerged from the data which characterize the phenomenon of learner... More

    pp. 347-68

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