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Language Learning & Technology

2000 Volume 4, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Web Browser Trends and Technologies

    Bob Goodwin-Jones

    Discusses Web browsers and how their capabilities have been expanded, support for Web browsing on different devices (cell phones, palmtop computers, TV sets), and browser support for the next... More

    pp. 6-11

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  2. Methodological Issues in Research on Learner-Computer Interactions in CALL

    Volker Hegelheimer & Carol A. Chapelle

    Focuses on the noticing hypothesis in computer-assisted language learning (CALL) reading materials. Reviews the problem of assessing noticing in classroom and experimental settings through... More

    pp. 41-59

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  3. Computer Assisted Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition

    Peter J. M. Groot

    Describes a computer assisted word acquisition program (CAVOCA) that tries to operationalize current theoretical thinking about second language vocabulary acquisition. Its contents are based on a... More

    pp. 60-81

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  4. Discourse Functions and Syntactic Complexity in Synchronous and Asynchronous Communication

    Susana M. Sotillo

    Investigates discourse functions and syntactic complexity in English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) learner output obtained via two different modes of computer-mediated communication (CMC):... More

    pp. 82-119

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  5. Computer Mediated Communication: A Window on L2 Spanish Interlanguage

    Robert Blake

    Fifty intermediate second language Spanish learners were asked to carry out networked discussions in pairs during their lab time using a synchronous chat program that records all textual entries.... More

    pp. 120-36

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