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CALICO 2017 - Multilingualism and digital literacies

CALICO 2017 - Multilingualism and digital literacies | Technology and language learning | Scoop.it
Proposals may explore the conference theme or address any area of technology pertaining to language learning and teaching. Presentations may be in either traditional or practitioner research styles, grounded in theory and/or methodology, covering topics in language acquisition and integration of software and technology into the learning environment. A formal paper need not accompany a presentation at the conference. However, presenters are encouraged to submit a formal paper for review to the CALICO Journal, on the same topic (or any other). The proposal and its guidelines will require the following information: title, type of presentation, 100-word abstract, 300-word description, presenter/co-presenter contact information, and technology needs.Click here to edit the content

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The CALL-SLA interface: Plonsky & Ziegler 2016

... Statistical results indicate a small relative effect ( ES = .512) for the use of technology in L2 learning, suggesting that learners participating in CALL contexts may have better learning outcomes than those in traditional educational contexts . Absolute effects also provide strong evidence for the efficacy of CALL ( ES = .84). Results demonstrate positive benefits for CALL glossing ( ES = .60) and CMC ( ES = .33) relative to non-CALL contexts, although more research i s needed to understand the full impact of game -based or mobi le-assisted language learning. Syntheses also seem to support a general trend towards a developmental advantage for CALL (e.g. , Lai & Li, 2011; Sauro, 2011; Zhao, 2003; although see Lee et al. , 20 15, for an exception).

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Virtual Special Issue TELL & CALL: System

Virtual Special Issue on the Development of Technology Enhanced and Computer Assisted Language Learning

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Ursula Sticklera and...

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Shona Whyte's curator insight, January 21, 2016 12:44 PM

12 paper best-of with a short wrap-around by Stickler and Shi; free to download for a few months

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Researching Language Learner Interactions Online: From Social Media to MOOCs

Researching Language Learner Interactions Online: From Social Media to MOOCs | Technology and language learning | Scoop.it
The 2015 CALICO Monograph: Researching Language Learner Interactions Online: From Social Media to MOOCs edited by Ed Dixon and Michael Thomas is now available.   Ch. 1 Edward Dixon Michael Thomas Introduction Ch. 2 Dana Milstein Pancake People, Throwaway Culture, and En Media Res Practices: A New Era of Distance Foreign Language Learning Ch. 3 CONTINUE READING ...

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Shona Whyte's curator insight, July 1, 2015 2:53 AM

Looks interesting

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History of Language Learning and Teaching: HoLLT.net

History of Language Learning and Teaching: HoLLT.net | Technology and language learning | Scoop.it

This AILA Research Network is intended to provide a forum which existing national and language-based associations (see 'Links' tab above) can take advantage of to communicate with one another and build research collaborations, and which can provide them with additional publicity, thus helping to strengthen them. At the same time, a major function of the Network is to serve individual researchers interested in the history of language learning and teaching for whom no dedicated national or language-based association currently exists.

 

 


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Shona Whyte's curator insight, March 30, 2015 4:16 AM

Interesting idea

Gonzalo Abio's curator insight, March 31, 2015 7:02 AM

Nuevo sitio web del grupo de investigación AILA sobre historia de la enseñanza y aprendizaje de lenguas

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Virtual Special Issue: Task Design and CALL | Explore Taylor & Francis Online

Virtual Special Issue: Task Design and CALL | Explore Taylor & Francis Online | Technology and language learning | Scoop.it

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Shona Whyte's curator insight, January 27, 2015 10:57 AM

Open access to articles on CALL design; CFP for Tarragona ends this week.

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Free access until December 2015
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Hyper reading in the L2 classroom

Hyper reading in the L2 classroom | Technology and language learning | Scoop.it
A presentation by Carl Blyth (U Texas Austin) on social reading in the L2.

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SpeakApps: tools for oral communication in language learning

SpeakApps: tools for oral communication in language learning | Technology and language learning | Scoop.it

Use free tools and activities with your language learners on the SpeakApps Moodle platform, or integrate them into your own learning platform (Moodle, Mahara, Blackboard).


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Shona Whyte's curator insight, September 12, 2013 7:25 AM

Presentation at EuroCALL in Evora, Portugal by Christine Appel.  This project has additional funding for the further development and exploitation of the language learning/teaching tools created in the project.

marinella47's curator insight, September 13, 2013 2:24 AM

Moodle platform for oral communication and tools

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Curation and social networking for pre-service teacher education

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My EuroCALL presentation on using curation in a course on ICT for language teachers to help graduate students in languages make the transition to teaching high school languages with technology.


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Head in the Clouds? Ten Free Web 2.0 Tools to Support Faculty Research - Faculty Focus | Faculty Focus

Head in the Clouds? Ten Free Web 2.0 Tools to Support Faculty Research - Faculty Focus | Faculty Focus | Technology and language learning | Scoop.it
Twenty-first Century research is increasingly becoming reliant on information and communication technologies to address systemic and distinct educational problems through greater communication, interaction, and inquiry.
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INTERVIEW WITH MARTA GONZÁLEZ-LLORET AND VILSON LEFFA: Building an interface between SLA and Technology

I think that as a SLA researcher, it is very important not to let the technology "blind" your research. So many "new shiny" technologies appear that it is very tempting to focus on the technology itself rather than in the language learning. This is the same for teachers, curriculum developers and administrators. Bringing technology in the language classroom has to be a decision made based on SLA research and conscious pedagogical choices. The technology should follow, or better "accompany" the language teaching methodology and pedagogical choices.

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Shona Whyte's curator insight, July 26, 2016 9:42 AM
Interesting discussion of relations between theory and practice, research and pedagogy, plus references with links
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What Works in CALL: A Meta-synthesis of the Effects of Technology in Second Language Teaching and Learning

What Works in CALL: A Meta-synthesis of the Effects of Technology in Second Language Teaching and Learning | Technology and language learning | Scoop.it
This paper presents a synthesis of CALL meta-analyses relevant to SLA theory, research, and pedagogy. In this ‘second-order’ review, we provide a thorough account of substantive findings as well as a critical description and evaluation of methodological practices of CALL-SLA meta-analyses. Findings from the substantive review indicate, for example, generally substantial effects of CALL on L2 learning (ES = .51), suggesting that learners participating in CALL contexts may have better learning outcomes than those in traditional educational contexts. In addition, results demonstrate positive benefits for CALL glossing (ES = .60) and CMC (ES = .33) relative to non-CALL contexts, although more research is needed to understand the full impact of game-based and mobile-assisted language learning.

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Shona Whyte's curator insight, May 26, 2016 1:26 AM
June 3 talk in London by Luke Plonsky
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Synchronous technologies for language learning: Promise and challenges in research and pedagogy

Synchronous technologies for language learning: Promise and challenges in research and pedagogy | Technology and language learning | Scoop.it
By Breffni O'Rourke in Digital Media And New Literacies and CALL. Keynote (Breffni O'Rourke) at Language. Learning. Technology, Leuphana University Lüneburg, 20-21 April 2015 Online communication ceased to be a niche interest many years ago.

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Shona Whyte's curator insight, January 5, 2016 11:41 AM

Interesting overview of state-of-art, citing eyetracking studies by Bryan Smith: http://llt.msu.edu/issues/october2012/smith.pdf

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Calico journal: new issue

Review Article

Quantitative considerations for improving replicability in CALL and applied linguistics

Luke Plonsky

 

Articles

The more things change, the more they stay the same, or do they? Revisiting classroom interaction approaches and their effects on quantity and characteristics of language production

Linda Carol Jones , Cheryl A. Murphy , Amalie Holland

 

Input and output grammar instruction in tutorial CALL with a complex grammatical structure

Joseph Collentine , Karina Collentine

 

Engaging in mobile phone-based activities for learning vocabulary: An investigation in Japan and Taiwan

Glenn Stockwell , Yi Chun Liu

 

Comprehending and learning from Internet sources: A conceptual replication study of Goldman, Braasch, Wiley, Greasser and Brodowinska

Susanne Rott , Bianca Gavin


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Shona Whyte's curator insight, April 23, 2015 7:42 AM

Empirical research in CALL and technology-mediated language learning/teaching

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International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning & Teaching: new issue

International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning & Teaching: new issue | Technology and language learning | Scoop.it

6 articles in this new issue


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SOCIAL NETWORKING FOR LANGUAGE EDUCATION by Lamy & Zourou (2013)

SOCIAL NETWORKING FOR LANGUAGE EDUCATION by  Lamy & Zourou (2013) | Technology and language learning | Scoop.it
EDITOR: Marie-Noëlle Lamy EDITOR: Katerina Zourou TITLE: Social Networking for Language Education SERIES TITLE: New Language Learning and Teaching Environments PUBLISHER: Palgrave Macmillan YEAR: 2...

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Shona Whyte's curator insight, December 10, 2014 5:48 AM

Good informative review of what looks like an interesting collective volume.

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Curation for authenticity and autonomy in language learning: Hubbard 2012


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Shona Whyte's curator insight, October 6, 2013 4:51 PM

CALL veteran endorsement of curation for second language learning/teaching, based on potential for autonomous learning via authentic content.

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Learning and Teaching Foreign Languages | Portail UOH

Learning and Teaching Foreign Languages | Portail UOH | Technology and language learning | Scoop.it

Four approaches to teaching and learning languages are presented first in terms of general learning and then with respect to language-specific theories. The resource is relevant to undergraduate and graduate students of foreign languages and/or linguistics and may be used in pre- or in-service training of language teachers at all levels (primary, secondary, university). Major figures and key concepts are presented for each theory, and learning activities are proposed throughout, including illustrations from the second language classroom. Comprehension of the material can be checked via quizzes and reflective activities, and a timeline affords a chronological overview of the resource.


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A quick review of mobile apps for qualitative research | MRMW News & Blogs

A quick review of mobile apps for qualitative research | MRMW News & Blogs | Technology and language learning | Scoop.it
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