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[APACALL BOOK III]
Son, J.-B. (Ed.). (2014). Computer-assisted language learning: Learners, teachers and tools. APACALL Book Series Volume 3. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Learners, Teachers and Tools

Edited by Jeong-Bae Son

Chapter 1. Low-achieving language learners in self-directed multimedia environments: Transforming understanding
Pei-Lun Kao and Scott Windeatt

Chapter 2. Mobile natives: Japanese university students' use of digital technology
Peter Gobel and Makimi Kano

Chapter 3. A task-based needs analysis for mobile-assisted language learning in college ESL contexts
Moonyoung Park

Chapter 4. An analysis of EAP students' use of Wikipedia as a resource for learning academic English
Reza Dashtestani

Chapter 5. Developing Malaysian ESL teachers' technological, pedagogical content knowledge with digital materials
Kean Wah Lee, Shi Ing Ng and Choon Keong Tan

Chapter 6. Moving beyond basics: From CALL coursework to classroom practice and professional development
Jeong-Bae Son

Chapter 7. Connectivist learning: Reaching students through teacher professional development
Vance Stevens

Chapter 8. Learning about computer-assisted language learning: Online tools and professional development
Jeong-Bae Son


TELLRN (Technology-Enhanced Language Learning Research Network)
An international research network sponsored by APACALL


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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