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[APACALL BOOK III]
Under review


CALL-EJ (Computer-Assisted Language Learning - Electronic Journal)
An international refereed journal sponsored by APACALL


[APACALL BOOK II]
The APACALL Book Series covers a wide range of issues in computer-assisted language learning (CALL) and offers opportunities for CALL researchers and practitioners to engage in research and discussion on their areas of interest.

Internet-Based Language Learning: Pedagogies and Technologies

Edited by Jeong-Bae Son (2009)

Chapter 1. Metacognition and strategy use in Web-based language learning
Wai Meng Chan and Ing Ru Chen

Chapter 2. Integrating Moodle into a process writing course
Brian Gregory Dunne

Chapter 3. Digital storytelling in indigenous education: Internet technologies to (re-)establish L1 and C1 literacy and fluency
Debra Hoven

Chapter 4. Using online dictation exercises for improving comprehension of English reduced forms
Michael J. Crawford and Jeong-Bae Son

Chapter 5. Practical steps to create and implement an effective Web-authoring project
Iain Davey

Chapter 6. Using Web-based portfolios in CALL teacher education
Jeong-Bae Son

Chapter 7. L2 blogging: The emergence of a new voice in the foreign language classroom
Antonie Alm

Chapter 8. A language teacher's BALL: Reflections on blogging for learning, teaching and researching languages
Penelope Coutas


International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning (IJPL)
A refereed electronic journal

Volume 7 Number 2 (November 2012)
Special Theme Issue: Diverse dimensions of computer-assisted language learning

Volume 5 Number 2 (November 2009)
Special Theme Issue: Working with computer-assisted language learning

Volume 4 Number 4 (August 2008)
Special Theme Issue: Contextualizing CALL Locally and Globally


Son, J.-B., & O'Neill, S. (Eds.), (2005). Enhancing learning and teaching: Pedagogy, technology and language. Flaxton: Post Pressed.


[APACALL BOOK I]
The APACALL Book Series covers a wide range of issues in computer-assisted language learning (CALL) and offers opportunities for CALL researchers and practitioners to engage in research and discussion on their areas of interest.

Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Concepts, Contexts and Practices

Edited by Jeong-Bae Son (2004)

Chapter 1. Technology-enhanced language learning environments: A rhizomatic approach
Andrew Lian

Chapter 2. Narizoma: Critical pedagogy in practice
Ania Lian, Debbie Dolan, Grazia Scotellaro and Andrew Lian

Chapter 3. MOO virtual worlds in CMC-based CALL: Defining an agenda for future research
Mark Peterson

Chapter 4. CALL initiatives and the Korean cultural learning context
David Kent

Chapter 5. Language teacher trainees as multimedia designers: Voices from a CALL classroom
Arif Altun

Chapter 6. Teacher development in e-learning environments
Jeong-Bae Son

Chapter 7. Using text chat to improve willingness to communicate
Lily K.L. Compton

Chapter 8. Making feedback last: An integrated approach to feedback in language learning
Felicia Zhang

Chapter 9. Different learners and different feedback: Development of a computer-based essay marking system for ESL learners in Malaysia
Saadiyah Darus, Supyan Hussin and Siti Hamin Stapa



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