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IALL Journal of Language Learning Technologies

1994 Volume 27, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Cooperation among Language Learning Centers and Campus Media Services

    Robin Lawrason

    Presents a survey and case studies that demonstrate that cooperation within institutions of higher learning is worth the effort in increased efficiency. Some steps the language media center can... More

    pp. 7-20

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  2. Multicultural Multimedia Across the Curriculum: A Pilot Project

    Kathryn A. Murphy-Judy & Chantal F. Cornuejols

    Reports on a university program to encourage thinking about internationalization and cultural differences using a multimedia platform. Results indicate that the public is eager to investigate... More

    pp. 21-29

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  3. Summary of Gary Becker's IALL '93 Copyright Workshop, Part II

    Irene Starr

    This article covers the second part of a workshop on registering copyrighted materials, off-air video recording, using copyrighted videotapes in the classroom, and computer software copyright. The ... More

    pp. 30-35

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  4. Planning a Computer Lab: Considerations To Ensure Success

    Presents points to consider when organizing a computer laboratory. These include the lab's overall objectives and how best to meet them; what type of students will use the lab; where the lab will... More

    pp. 55-59

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  5. Courseware Reviews: ELLIS Opens a Doorway to English

    William Crawford

    Overviews ELLIS, a computer software program that is an individualized English language learning system using computer technology to integrate video disk, CD-ROM, and computer storage to display... More

    pp. 62-64

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