ICT and Language Learning: a European Perspective
Angela Chambers, Graham Davies
CRC Press, Jan 1, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 186 pages
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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