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Further reading
See the ICT4LT Resource Centre for a select bibliography on CALL: http://www.ict4lt.org/en/en_resource.htm
See also EUROCALL's CALL Bibliography. This is a comprehensive list of CALL publications, including other bibliographies on the Web.
Anson Yang, (2006). Does an Open Forum Promote Learning Among Students? A Collaborative-Learning Approach. Asian EFL Journal Vol 7. [2]
ATALL (Autonomous Computer-Assisted Language Learning) ATALL Wikibook. On the relationship between CALL and learner autonomy, there are many references in the bibliography of learner autonomy maintained by Hayo Reinders on [3]
Bax S. (2003) CALL - past, present and future, System 31: 13-28
CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning) journal, Taylor and Francis (formerly published by Swets & Zeitlinger): http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/
Chapelle C. (2001). Computer applications in second language acquisition: foundations for teaching, testing and research, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Cheon Heesook (2003) The viability of Computer Mediated Communication in the Korean secondary EFL classroom, The Asian EFL Journal Vol 5, 1: http://www.asian-efl-journal.com/march03.sub2.php
Davies G. (1997) "Lessons from the past, lessons for the future: 20 years of CALL". In Korsvold A-K. & Rüschoff B. (eds.) New technologies in language learning and teaching, Strasbourg: Council of Europe. Also on the Web (revised 2007) at: http://www.camsoftpartners.co.uk/coegdd1.htm
Davies G. (2007 - revised) "Computer Assisted Language Learning: Where are we now and where are we going?" http://www.camsoftpartners.co.uk/docs/UCALL_Keynote.htm
Davies G., Bangs P., Frisby R. & Walton E. (2005) Setting up effective digital language laboratories and multimedia ICT suites for Modern Foreign Languages, London: CILT: http://www.languages-ict.org.uk/managing/digital_language_labs.pdf
Delcloque P. (2000) History of CALL: http://www.ict4lt.org/en/History_of_CALL.pdf
de Szendeffy J. (2005) A practical guide to using computers in language teaching, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
Egbert, J. & Petrie G. (eds) (2006). CALL Research Perspectives. Mahwah NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Egbert J. & Hanson-Smith E. (eds.) (1999) CALL environments: research, practice and critical issues, Alexandria, VA: TESOL.
Felix U. (2001) Beyond Babel: language learning online, Melbourne: Language Australia.
Fitzpatrick A. & Davies G. (eds.) (2003) "The Impact of Information and Communications Technologies on the Teaching of Foreign Languages and on the Role of Teachers of Foreign Languages". This is a comprehensive report commissioned by the EC Directorate General of Education and Culture.
Fotos S. & Browne C. (eds.) (2004) New perspectives on CALL for second language classrooms, Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Grossmann, S. (2008). Supplementing Textbooks with Computer-Based Resources in the Primary EFL-Classroom. http://telearn.noe-kaleidoscope.org/open-archive/file?Grossmann_Masters_Thesis_(001858v1).pdf
Hubbard, P. (2003). "A Survey of Unanswered Questions in CALL." CALL Journal 16.2-3. See www.stanford.edu.~efs/callsurvey.
Hubbard, P. (2005). "A Review of Subject Characteristics in CALL Research." CALL Journal 18.5.
Hubbard, P. (2006). "A Review of Subject and Treatment Characteristics in CMC Research.“ Paper presented at PacSLRF Conference, Brisbane, Australia, July 2006. PP online at www.stanford.edu/~efs/pacslrf06.
Jarvis H. (2005) Technology and change in English Language Teaching (ELT), The Asian EFL Journal Vol 7, 1: http://www.asian-efl-journal.com/December_05_hj.php
Kessler, G. (2007). Formal and Informal CALL Preparation and Teacher Attitude Toward Technology. CALL Journal, Taylor & Francis: Antwerp.
Kessler, G. (2006). Assessing CALL Teacher Training: What are We Doing and What Could We Do Better? In Hubbard, P. & Levy, M. Teacher education in CALL. John Benjamins: Amsterdam.
Language Learning and Technology: A refereed journal for second and foreign language instructors: http://llt.msu.edu
Levy, M. & Stockwell, G. (2006). CALL Dimensions: Options and Issues in Computer-Assisted Language Learning. Mahwah NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Levy, M.& Hubbard, P. (2005). Why call CALL "CALL"? Editorial. Computer Assisted Language Learning 18(3): 143-149.
Levy M. (1997) CALL: context and conceptualisation, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Littlemore J. (2001) Learner autonomy, self-instruction and new technologies in language learning: current theory and practice in higher education in Europe. In Chambers A. & Davies G. (eds.) ICT and language learning: a European perspective, Amsterdam: Swets & Zeitlinger
Liu, G. -Z. (2008). Innovating research topics in learning technology: Where are the new blue oceans?.British Journal of Educational Technology, 39 (4), 738-747.
Liu, G.-Z. & Chen, A.S.W. (2007). A taxonomy of Internet-based technologies integrated in language curricula. British Journal of Educational Technology 38 (5), 934–938. http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1467-8535.2007.00728.x
Mills, Jon (1997) "Virtual Classroom Management and Communicative Writing Pedagogy" Proceedings of 1996 European Writing Conferences: EARLI Special Interest Group Writing, Writing and Computers Association, University of Barcelona, 23-25 October 1996. Barcelona: Universitat de Barcelona, Universitat Autònima de Barcelona. CD-ROM. ISBN 84-88795-36X. http://www.geocities.com/f_j_mills/Virtual_Classroom_Management_and_Communicative_Writing_Pedagogy.PDF
Piper A. (1986) "Conversation and the computer: a study of the conversational spin-off generated among learners of English as a Foreign Language working in groups", System 14, 2: 187-198.
ReCALL: The Journal of EUROCALL, now published by Cambridge University Press - login at http://www.journals.cup.org. Back numbers are available at: http://www.eurocall-languages.org/recall/r_online.html
Son J.-B. (ed.) (2004) Computer Assisted Language Learning: concepts, contexts and practices, Lincoln, NE: iUniverse.
Warschauer M. (1996) Computer-assisted language learning: an introduction. In Fotos S. (ed.) Multimedia language teaching, Tokyo: Logos International.
Warschauer M. & Healey D. (1998) Computers and language learning: an overview, Language Teaching 31:57-71.
Wenger E. (1998) Community of practice: learning as a social system. Relates more to business than education, but contains some interesting ideas on creating, organising and sharing knowledge.

[edit] Professional associations
APACALL: Asia-Pacific Association for CALL.
CALICO: US-based professional association devoted to CALL. Manages a regular annual conference.
JALTCALL: Japan-based professional association devoted to CALL. Coordinates an annual conference and the JALTCALL Journal.
PacCALL: Professional CALL association in the Pacific: from East to Southeast Asia, Oceania, across to the Americas.
PacCALL Australia: Australian Chapter of the Pacific CALL Association. President Renata Chylinski.
EUROCALL: Europe-based professional association devoted to CALL. Manages a regular annual conference.
IALLT: US-based International Association for Language Learning Technology. IALLT is a professional organisation dedicated to promoting effective uses of media centres for language teaching, learning, and research. Manages regular conferences.
Learning Technologies Special Interest Group The Learning Technologies Special Interest Group of the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language. This UK-based group runs a variety of events and produces a regular newsletter.
TESOL Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, CALL Interest Section.
WorldCALL: A worldwide association devoted to CALL and embracing other leading professional associations. The WorldCALL 2008 conference will take place in Japan.
SLaTE Speech and Language Technologies for Education

[edit] Professional journals

[edit] Journals dedicated to CALL
CALICO Journal (Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium)
Teaching English with Technology (IATEFL Poland)
CALL-EJ On-line (Online Journal)
Computer Assisted Language Learning: An International Journal (Taylor and Francis)
CALL Review: the SIG Journal (The IATEFL Special Interest Group's Newsletter)
IALLT Journal (International Association for Language Learning Technology)
JALTCALL Journal (Japan Association of Language Teaching - Computer-Assisted Language Learning Special Interest Group)
ON-CALL (Australia) Archives only - now incorporated into CALL-EJ: http://www.cltr.uq.edu.au/oncall/home.html
Language Learning and Technology (Online Journal)
ReCALL (European Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning)
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (Blackwell - Computer Assisted Learning in general rather than CALL)
SLaTE
AsiaCALL Online Journal (AsiaCALL OnlinJournal)

[edit] Journals that regularly include CALL articles
British Journal of Educational Technology
System
Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching

[edit] See also
Autonomous Technology-Assisted Language Learning (ATALL) Wikibook
List of Educational Software
Intelligent computer-assisted language instruction (ICALI)
Flashcards
Memory
Mnemonics
Technology-Enhanced Learning

[edit] External links
ICT4LT - A website containing an extensive set (16 modules, plus a glossary of terminology and a resource centre) of ICT training materials and information for teachers of foreign languages. The site was set up with the aid of European Union funding in 1999-2000 and is continually updated. Most materials are subject to a Creative Commons Licence.
Langwidge - Various experiments on using software for language-learning.
Languages ICT - Languages ICT Website: A website for people interested in ICT and languages, maintained by CILT and the Association for Language Learning.
Graham Davies's Freestuff - Links to free materials and articles on CALL by Graham Davies, Emeritus Professor of Computer Assisted Language Learning.
gradint a program for self-study of foreign languages (cross-platform; requires data to be added)
Heavner a wiki like language learning system.
Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Current Programs and Projects
IngoLingo Language Learning Software A desktop application that teaches foreign words and sentences
Word for Word
laQuiz - vocabulary and memorisation through the use of flash cards
MyMentor - free online flashcards service for people who want to expand their foreign words vocabulary. (Microsoft Silverlight).
Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer-assisted_language_learning"
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