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Computer Assisted Language Learning

October 2010 Volume 23, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Teacher Training in a Synchronous Cyber Face-to-Face Classroom: Characterizing and Supporting the Online Teachers' Learning Process

    Yuping Wang, Nian-Shing Chen & Mike Levy

    This article discusses the learning process undertaken by language teachers in a cyber face-to-face teacher training program. Eight tertiary Chinese language teachers attended a 12-week training... More

    pp. 277-293

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  2. Speech Interactive Computer-Assisted Language Learning: A Cross-Cultural Evaluation

    Hazel Morton & Mervyn Jack

    The evaluation in real time of a computer-assisted language learning (CALL) program with end users is an invaluable stage in the design and development of such a program. By using a sample of... More

    pp. 295-319

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  3. Using an L2 Blog to Enhance Learners' Participation and Sense of Community

    Tiziana Miceli, Sara Visocnik Murray & Claire Kennedy

    This article describes the experience of integrating a class blog into an advanced Italian course, in order to provide an out-of-class forum for language practice and for sharing course-related... More

    pp. 321-341

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  4. A Salutary Lesson from a Computer-Based Self-Access Language Learning Project

    Dan Lu

    Much has been learnt about the advantages of computer-based self-access language learning (SALL). However, little is mentioned about the pitfalls of using SALL to promote learning independence.... More

    pp. 343-359

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  5. Fluency and Anxiety in Self-Access Speaking Tasks: The Influence of Environment

    Greg Kessler

    This study compares characteristics of fluency in student audio journals recorded in a laboratory setting with those recorded using mobile audio devices. Forty graduate students enrolled in four... More

    pp. 361-375

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