Language, Learning & Technology

A professional publication covering the use of technology in language teaching and learning. Features issues related to language learning and language teaching integrated with the use of technologies.

Articles from Vol. 7, No. 2, May

Artifacts and Cultures-of-Use in Intercultural Communication
ABSTRACT This article develops a conceptual framework for understanding how intercultural communication, mediated by cultural artifacts (i.e., Internet communication tools), creates compelling, problematic, and surprising conditions for additional...
Australian Technology Enhanced Language Learning Consortium (ATELL)
Contacts: Assoc. Prof. Mike Levy, Griffith University (michael.levy@mailbox.gu.edu.au) Dr. Robert Debski, The University of Melbourne (r.debski@hlc.unimelb.edu.au) ATELL is pleased to announce the availability of the CALL Catalogue: http://www.callcatalogue.com.au/...
Emerging Technologies: Blogs and Wikis: Environments for On-Line Collaboration
Language professionals have embraced the world of collaborative opportunities the Internet has introduced. Many tools--e-mail, discussion forums, chat--are by now familiar to many language teachers. Recent innovations--blogs, wikis, and RSS feeds--may...
From the Special Issue Editor
It is a genuine pleasure to introduce this special issue of Language Learning & Technology on telecollaborative foreign language study. Telecollaboration involves the application of global computer networks to foreign (and second) language learning...
Linguistic Perspectives on the Development of Intercultural Competence in Telecollaboration (1)
ABSTRACT It is widely reported (e.g., Belz & Muller-Hartmann, 2002; Kern, 1996; Kinginger, in press; Warschauer & Kern, 2000) that the goals of telecollaborative language study are the development of foreign language (FL) linguistic competence...
Michigan State University Center for Language Education and Research (CLEAR)
CLEAR's mission is to promote the teaching and learning of foreign languages in the United States. To meet its goals, projects focus on foreign language research, materials development, and professional development training. FOREIGN LANGUAGE RESEARCH...
Negotiation of Meaning and Codeswitching in Online Tandems
ABSTRACT This paper analyses negotiation of meaning and codeswitching in discourse between 29 language students from classes at a German and a North American university, who teamed up with their peers to collaborate on projects whose results they...
On the Net: Tele-Collaborative Projects: Monsters.com?
Collaborative projects are a natural for the language class because all language is fundamentally communicative and collaboration requires real communication to work. By creating an environment in which students want to communicate in a creative manner...
Pronunciacion Y Fonetica, Version 2.1
Name of Product Pronunciacion y Fonetica, version 2.1 Patricia V. Lunn, Michigan State University (program author) Claire Bradin and Dennie Hoopingarner (software...
The Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL)
The Center for Applied Linguistics is a private, nonprofit organization that promotes and improves the teaching and learning of languages, identifies and solves problems related to language and culture, and serves as a resource for information about...
Understanding the "Other Side": Intercultural Learning in a Spanish-English E-Mail Exchange
ABSTRACT Intercultural learning is often assumed to be an automatic benefit of e-mail exchanges between groups of learners in different countries, but little research exists on whether on-line intercultural collaboration does actually develop learners'...
University of Hawai'i National Foreign Language Resource Center (NFLRC)
The University of Hawai'i National Foreign Language Resource Center engages in research and materials development projects and conducts Summer Institutes for language professionals among its many activities. Available Online from the NFLRC Reading...
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