User-Centered Computer Aided Language Learning
Release Date: December, 2005. Copyright © 2006. 335 pages.
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DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-750-8, ISBN13: 9781591407508, ISBN10: 1591407508, EISBN13: 9781591407522
In the field of computer aided language learning (CALL), there is a need for emphasizing the importance of the user. User-Centered Computer Aided Language Learning presents methodologies, strategies, and design approaches for building interfaces for a user-centered CALL environment, creating a deeper understanding of the opportunities and challenges of the field.
User-Centered Computer Aided Language Learning acts as a guide to help educators, administrators, professionals and researchers find the basis of a framework for the development and management of CALL environments that are enriched with many domains and take into account interaction and activity, which go beyond the basic linguistic elements of the field.
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Niki Lambropoulos (Centre of Interactive Systems Engineering, London, South Bank University, UK), Martha Christopoulou (UK), Kosmas Vlachos (University of the Aegean, Greece)
This chapter presents culture-based language-learning objects (CLLOs) in computer-assisted language learning (CALL), supported by user-centered interaction design.CL...
Roderick A. Farmer (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
This chapter describes the modelling of learner interaction in computer-assistedlanguage learning (CALL) environments. Here, I call for the development and adoptiono...
Caroline Coit (University of Munster, Germany)
This chapter looks at a student-centered online writing course, where peer correctionswere the sole source of feedback. Using the peer correction system-tool (PCS-to...
Miriam Schcolnik (Tel Aviv University, Israel), Sara Kol (Tel Aviv University, Israel)
Electronic texts are playing an increasing role in education in general and in languagecourses in particular. Computer-assisted language learning (CALL) tasks utiliz...
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