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Computer Assisted Language Learning

December 2007 Volume 20, Number 5

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Number of articles: 5

  1. How Do We Know What Students Are Actually Doing? Monitoring Students' Behavior in CALL

    Robert Fischer

    This article presents a survey of computer-based tracking in CALL and the uses to which the analysis of tracking data can be put to address questions in CALL in particular and second language... More

    pp. 409-442

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  2. Monitoring the Learner--Who, Why and What For?

    Jean-Claude Bertin & Jean-Paul Narcy-Combes

    This paper is the result of a need to develop a conceptual framework for monitoring the learner in a computer-mediated language learning environment. In agreement with Chapelle, who suggests that... More

    pp. 443-457

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  3. Marrying Two Existing Software Packages into an Efficient Online Tutoring Tool

    Timothy Byrne

    Many teachers today use Learning Management Systems (LMS), several of which are open-source. Specific examples are Claroline and Moodle. However, they are not specifically designed for language... More

    pp. 459-469

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  4. Top of the Pods--In Search of a Podcasting "Podagogy" for Language Learning

    Fernando Rosell-Aguilar

    The popularization of portable media players such as the "iPod," and the delivery of audio and video content through content management software such as "iTunes" mean that there is a wealth of... More

    pp. 471-492

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  5. Cooperative vs. Individual Learning of Oral Skills in a CALL Environment

    Ali Farhan AbuSeileek

    This study aims at finding out the effectiveness of two computer-mediated techniques - cooperative and collective learning--designed for teaching and learning oral skills, listening and speaking.... More

    pp. 493-514

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