ICT and Language Learning: a European Perspective

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Angela Chambers, Graham Davies
CRC Press, Jan 1, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 186 pages
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A discussion of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) and language learning, aimed at researchers and practitioners in the field. It deals with developments in Europe, with the majority of the chapters focusing on the results of collaborative international projects.
 

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Contents

New technologies and language learning A suitable subject for research?
13
Learner autonomy and the challenge of tandem language learning via the Internet
29
Learner autonomy selfinstruction and new technologies in language learning Current theory and practice in higher education in Europe
39
Criteria for the evaluation of Authoring Tools in language education
53
DISSEMINATE or not? Should we pursue a new direction Looking for the third way in CALL development?
67
CALL material structure and learner competence
83
From gapfilling to filling the gap A reassessment of Natural Language Processing in CALL
101
Human Language Technologies in ComputerAssisted Language Learning
111
Learning out of control Some thoughts on the World Wide Web in learning and teaching foreign languages
133
Concordances in the classroom The evidence of the data
147
ReLaTe A case study in videoconferencing for language teaching
167
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