Context-Specific Computer-Assisted Language Learning:
Research, Development and Practice

Edited by Jeong-Bae Son

As the fourth refereed volume of the Asia-Pacific Association for Computer-Assisted Language Learning (APACALL) Book Series, this book presents the findings and outcomes of recent work in the field of CALL and offers opportunities for readers to engage in meaningful discussions on the use of technology for language learning and teaching in the digital age. It can be downloaded for free and shared with others.

Please cite as:
Son, J.-B. (Ed.). (2019). Context-specific computer-assisted language learning: Research, development and practice. APACALL.

ISBN 978-0-6486653-0-4

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Context-Specific Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Research, Development and Practice
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Chapter 1. Teacher capacity building as a means to promote blended learning sustainability: Lessons learned (pp. 1-26)
     Cynthia Nicholas Palikat

Chapter 2. Learner training in digital language learning for pre-service translators and interpreters (pp. 27-49)
     Jeong-Bae Son

Chapter 3. MOOC-based learning environments: A comparison of conventional, synchronous and flipped classrooms (pp. 50-74)
     Morteza Mellati and Marzieh Khademi

Chapter 4. Promoting student autonomy, engagement and interaction through mobile-assisted language learning (pp. 75-101)
     Bradley Joseph Perks and Daniel Warchulski

Chapter 5. Using different types of computer-supported signaling in explicit online grammar instruction (pp. 102-121)
     Ferit Kilickaya

Chapter 6. Instructional design of technology-enhanced process writing for secondary EFL learners in Hong Kong (pp. 122-136)
     Moonyoung Park and Lu Wang

Chapter 7. Implementing a mobile peer-evaluation system for in-class student presentations (pp. 137-153)
     Peter Gobel and Makimi Kano