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Internet and Foreign Language Instruction: A Report from Behind the Front Lines, Part 2: Navigational Tools
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IALL Journal of Language Learning Technologies Volume 27, Number 2, ISSN 1050-0049

Abstract

Discusses the role of the Internet in foreign-language instruction from the perspective of a French teacher. Topics include Gopher, subject-oriented Gophers, finding e-mail addresses, Veronica and Archie, Wide Information Area Server, Hytelnet, and Mosaic. For those who are new to the Internet, Gopher is the simplest navigational tool to use as it requires no training. (CK)

Citation

Backer, J.E. (1994). Internet and Foreign Language Instruction: A Report from Behind the Front Lines, Part 2: Navigational Tools. IALL Journal of Language Learning Technologies, 27(2), 59-65. Retrieved January 24, 2022 from .

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