LLT Archives - By Issue

Volume 1, Number 1 (July 1997)

CALL in the Year 2000: Still in Search of Research Paradigms? by Carol Chapelle

Computers in Language Testing: Present Research and Some Future Directions by James Dean Brown

Research on Text Comprehension in Multimedia Environments by Dorothy M. Chun & Jan L. Plass

Processes and Outcomes in Networked Classroom Interaction: Defining the Research Agenda for L2 Computer-Assisted Classroom Discussion by Lourdes Ortega

Volume 1, Number 2 (January 1998)

Input vs. Output Practice in Educational Software for Second Language Acquisition by Noriko Nagata

"To Gloss or Not to Gloss:" An Investigation of Reading Comprehension Online by Lara L. Lomicka

The Effects of Electronic Mail on Spanish L2 Discourse by Manuela González-Bueno

Using the World Wide Web to Integrate Spanish Language and Culture: A Pilot Study by Maritza Osuna & Carla Meskill

Volume 2, Number 1 (Special Issue, "The Design and Evaluation of Multimedia Software"; July 1998)

Multimedia CALL: Lessons to be Learned from Research on Instructed SLA by Carol A Chapelle

Design and Evaluation of the User Interface of Foreign Language Multimedia Software: Cognitive Approach by Jan L. Plass

Speech Technology in Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Strengths and Limitations of a New CALL Paradigm by Farzad Ehsani & Eva Knodt

Signal Analysis Software for Teaching Pronunciation by Dorothy M. Chun

Volume 2, Number 2 (January 1999)

Teaching Text and Context Through Multimedia by Claire Kramsch & Roger W. Anderson

"Reflective Conversation" in the Virtual Language Classroom by Marie-Noëlle Lamy & Robin Goodfellow

Using Automatic Speech Processing for Foreign Language Pronunciaton Tutoring: Some Issues and a Prototype by Maxine Eskenazi

Considerations in Developing or Using Second/Foreign Language Proficiency Computer-Adaptive Tests by Patricia A. Dunkel

COMMENTARY "What's in a Gloss?" (A response to Lara L. Lomicka's "To Gloss or Not to Gloss" An Investigation of Reading Comprehension Online, Volume 1, Number 2) by Warren B. Roby

Volume 3, Number 1 (July 1999)

A Foot in the World of Ideas: Graduate Study Through the Internet by David Nunan

Web-based Activities and SLA: A Conversation Analysis Research Approach by Raffaella Negretti

A Model for Listening and Viewing Comprehension in Multimedia Enviornments by Debra Hoven

COMMENTARY Call in the Year 2000: Still Developing the Research Agenda (A commentary on Carol Chapelle's CALL in the Year 2000: Still in search of research paradigms, Volume 1, Number 1) by Rafael Salaberry

Research Questions for a CALL Research Agenda (A reply to Rafael Salaberry) by Carol Chapelle

Volume 3, Number 2 (Special Issue, "The Role of Computer Technology in Second Language Acquisition Research"; January 2000)

The Use of Computer Technology in Experimental Studies of Second Language Acquisition: A Survey of Some Techniques and some Ongoing Studies by Jan H. Hulstijn

Insights into the Construction of Grammatical Knowledge Provided by User-Behavior Tracking Technologies by Joseph Collentine

What Lexical Information do L2 Learners Select in a CALL Dictionary and How Does it Affect Word Retention? by Batia Laufer and Monica Hill

Web-Based Elicitation Tasks in SLA Research by Dalila Ayoun

Volume 4, Number 1 (Special Issue, "Language Acquisition Research" [Part 2]; May 2000)

Methodological Issues in Research on Learner-Computer Interactions in CALL by Volker Hegelheimer & Carol A. Chapelle

Computer Assisted Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition by Peter J. M. Groot

Discourse Functions and Syntactic Complexity in Synchronous and Asyncronous Communication by Susana M. Sotillo

Computer Nediated Communication: A Window on L2 Spanish Interlanguage by Robert Blake

Volume 4, Number 2 (September 2000)

Changing Technologies, Changing Literacy Communities? by Denise E. Murray

Hypermedia, Internet Communication, and the Challenge of Redefining Literacy in the Electronic Age by Cameron Richards

Authenticity and Authorship in the Computer-Mediated Acquisition of L2 Literacy by Claire Kramsch, Francine A'Ness & Wan Shun Eva Lam

New Technologies, New Literacies: Focus Discipline Research and ESL Learning Communities by Loretta Kasper

The Role of Tasks in Promoting Intercultural Learning in Electronic Learning Networks by Andreas Müller-Hartmann

Volume 5, Number 1 (January 2001)

Giving a Virtual Voice to the Silent Language of Culture: The Cultura Project by Gilberte Furstenberg, Sabine Levet, Kathryn English, & Katherine Maillet

Exchanging Ideas with Peers in Network-Based Classrooms: An aid or a pain? by Sima Sengupta

E-mail and Word Processing in the ESL Classroom: How the medium affects the message by Sigrun Biesenbach-Lucas & Donald Weasenforth

Can Software Support Children's Vocabulary Development? by Julie Wood

The Effect of Multimedia Annotation Modes on L2 Vocabulary Acquisition: A Comparative Study by Khalid Al Seghayer

Volume 5, Number 2 (May 2001)

"Comparability of Conventional and Computerized Tests of Reading in a Second Language" by Yasuyo Sawaki

"Comparing Examinee Attitudes Toward Computer-Assisted and Other Proficiency Assessments" by Dorry M. Kenyon and Valerie Malabonga

"Web-Based Language Testing" by Carsten Roever

COMMENTARY "Language Testing and Technology: Past and Future" by Micheline Chalhoub-Deville

COMMENTARY "Concerns with Computerized Adaptive Oral Proficiency Assessment" (A commentary on Kenyon and Malabonga's "Comparing Examinee Attitudes Toward Computer-Assisted and Other Proficiency Assessments" Volume 5, Number 2) by John Norris

"Response to the Norris Commentary" (a response to Norris, this issue) by Dorry M. Kenyon, Valerie Malabonga, and Helen Carpenter

Volume 5, Number 3 (September 2001)

Genres, Registers, Text Types, Domain, and Styles: Clarifying the Concepts and Navigating a Path Through the BNC Jungle by David YW Lee

Text Categories and Corpus Users: A Response to David Lee by Guy Aston

An Evaluation of Intermediate Students' Approaches to Corpus Investigation by Claire Kennedy & Tiziana Miceli

Looking at Citations: Using Corpora in English for Academic Purposes by Paul Thompson & Christopher Tribble

Lexical Behaviour in Academic and Technical Corpora: Implications for ESP Development by Alejandro Curado Fuentes

Teaching German Modal Particles: A Corpus-Based Approach by Martina Mollering

The Emergence of Texture: An Analysis of the Functions of the Nominal Demonstratives in an English Interlanguage Corpus by Terry Murphy

Exploring Parallel Concordancing in English and Chinese by Wang Lixun

A Case for Using a Parallel Corpus and Concordancer for Beginners of a Foreign Language by Elke St. John

Volume 6, Number 1 (January 2002)

Video Recording in Ethnographic SLA Research: Some Issues of Validity in Data Collection by Margaret A. DuFon

Social Dimensions of Telecollaborative Foreign Language Study by Julie A. Belz

Categorization of Text Chat Communication Between Learners and Native Speakers of Japanese by Etsuko Toyoda and Richard Harrison

Effects of Students' Participation in Authoring of Multimedia Materials on Student Acquisition of Vocabulary by Ofelia R. Nikolova

Visible Or Invisible Links: Does the Highlighting of Hyperlinks Affect Incidental Vocabulary Learning, Text Comprehension, and the Reading Process? by Isabelle De Ridder

Providing Controlled Exposure to Target Vocabulary Through the Screening and Arranging of Texts by Sina Ghadirian

Student Perceptions on Language Learning in a Technological Environment: Implications for the New Millennium by Jonita Stepp-Greany

Volume 6, Number 2 (May 2002)

The Role of the Computer in Learning Ndjébbana by Glenn Auld

Fabula: A Bilingual Multimedia Authoring Environment for Children Exploring Minority Languages by Viv Edwards, Lyn Pemberton, John Knight, & Frank Monaghan

Early Effects of Technology on the Oklahoma Choctaw Language Community by Marcia Haag & Wayne Coston

Applied Computer Technology in Cree and Naskapi Language Programs by Bill Jancewicz & Marguerite Mackenzie

Integrating Technology into Minority Language Preservation and Teaching Efforts: An Inside Job by Daniel Villa

Words as Big as the Screen: Native American Languages and the Internet by Tracey McHenry

COMMENTARY "Afterword" (an invited response to this issue) by Courtney B. Cazden

Volume 6, Number 3 (September 2002)

Expert and Novice Teachers Talking Technology: Precepts, Concepts, and Misconcepts by Carla Meskill, Jonathan Mossop, Stephen DiAngelo, & Rosalie K. Pasquale

Realizing Constructivist Objectives Through Collaborative Technologies: Threaded Discussions by Donald Weasenforth, Sigrun Biesenbach-Lucas, & Christine Meloni

The Integration of Internet-Based Reading Materials into the Foreign Language Curriculum: From Teacher- to Student-Centered Approaches by Klaus Brandl

The Impact of CALL Instruction on Language Classroom Computer Use: A Foundation for Rethinking CALL Teacher Education? by Joy Egbert, Trena M. Paulus, & Yoko Nakamichi

Preservice English Teachers Acquiring Literacy Practices Through Technology Tools by Aaron Doering & Richard Beach

Volume 7, Number 1 (January 2003)

Crossing Boundaries: Multimedia Technology and Pedagogical Innovation in a High School Class by Susan Parks, Diane Huot, Josiane Hamers, and France H.-Lemmonier

Collaborative E-Mail Exchange for Teaching Secondary ESL: A Case Study in Hong Kong by Roseanne Greenfield

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum: Electronic Discussion and Foreign Language Learning by Barbara Hanna & Juliana de Nooy

Designing Task-Based CALL to Promote Interaction: En busca de Esmeraldas by Marta González-Lloret

Volume 7, Number 2 (May 2003)

Artifacts and Cultures-of-Use in Intercultural Communication by Steven L. Thorne

Linguistic Perspectives on the Development of Intercultural Competence in Telecollaboration by Julie A. Belz

Understanding the "Other Side": Intercultural Learning in a Spanish-English E-Mail Exchange by Robert O'Dowd

Negotiation of Meaning and Codeswitching in Online Tandems by Marcus Kötter

Volume 7, Number 3 (September 2003)

Optimal Psycholinguistic Environments for Distance Foreign Language Learning by Catherine J. Doughty & Michael H. Long

Flexibility and Interaction at a Distance: A Mixed-Mode Environment for Language Learning by Antonella Strambi & Eric Bouvet

Meeting the Needs of Distance Learners by Nicholas Sampson

Online Learning: Patterns of Engagement and Interaction Among In-Service Teachers by Faridah Pawan, Trena M. Paulus, Senom Yalcin, & Ching-Fen Chang

Using Native Speakers in Chat by Vincenza Tudini

COMMENTARY Extending the Scope of Tele-Collaborative Projects (Inspired by Jean W. LeLoup & Robert Ponterio's "Tele-Collaborative Projects: Monsters.com?", Volume 7, Number 2) by Phillip A. Towndrow

Volume 8, Number 1 (January 2004)

Generalizaton of Computer Assisted Prosody Training: Quantitative and Qualitative Findings by Debra M. Hardison

Composition Medium Comparability in a Direct Writing Assessment of Non-Native English Speakers by Edward W. Wolfe and Jonathan R. Manalo

Towards an Effective Use of Audio Conferencing in Distance Language Courses by Regine Hampel and Mirjam Hauck

Learners' Perspectives on Networked Collaborative Interaction With Native Speakers of Spanish in the US by Lina Lee

Volume 8, Number 2 (May 2004)

How a Web-Based Course Facilitates Acquisition of English for Academic Purposes by Jin Chen, Safia Belkada, and Toshio Okamoto

A Task-Cycling Pedagogy Using Stimulated Reflection and Audio-Conferencing in Foreign Language Learning by Mike Levy and Claire Kennedy

It's Just a Game, Right? Types of Play in Foreign Language CMC by Chantelle N. Warner

Negotiating Cultures in Cyberspace: Participation Patterns and Problematics by Kenneth Reeder, Leah P. Macfadyen , Joerg Roche, and Mackie Chase

Volume 8, Number 3 (September 2004)

Second Language Socialization in a Bilingual Chat Room: Global and Local Considerations by Wan Shun Eva Lam

Second Language Cyber Rhetoric: A Study of Chinese L2 Writers in an Online Usenet Group by Joel Bloch

The Internet as a Glocal Discourse Environment (a Commentary on Lam and Bloch) by Dimitris Koutsogiannis and Bessie Mitsikopoulou

Supporting Synchronous Distance Language Learning with Desktop Videoconferencing by Yuping Wang

Testing L2 Vocabulary Recognition and Recall Using Pictorial and Written Test Items by Linda Jones

Volume 9, Number 1 (January 2005)

 Child-to-Child Interaction and Corrective Feedback in a Computer Mediated L2 Class by Frank Morris

Triadic Scaffolds: Tools for Teaching English Language Learners with Computers by Carla Meskill

The Design of Effective ICT-Supported Learning Activities: Exemplary Models, Changing Requirements, and New Possibilities by Cameron Richards

Commentary: You're Not Studying, You're Just.... by Ravi Purushotma

Volume 9, Number 2 (May 2005)

Communication Topics and Strategies in E-Mail Consultation: Comparison Between American and International University Students by Sigrun Biesenbach-Lucas

Rapport-Building Through CALL in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language: An Exploratory Study by Wenying Jiang & Guy Ramsay

"Missed" Communication in Online Communication: Tensions in a German-American Telecollaboration by Paige Ware

Expanding Academic Vocabulary With an Interactive On-Line Database by Marlisse Horst, Tom Cobb, & Ioana Nicolae

Integrating Corpus Consultation in Language Studies by Angela Chambers

Volume 9, Number 3 (September 2005)

Synchronous CMC, Working Memory, and L2 Oral Proficiency Development by Scott Payne & Brenda Ross

Told Like It Is! An Evaluation of an Integrated Oral Development Pilot Project by David Barr, Jonathan Leakey, & Alexandre Ranchoux

Conversations -- and Negotiated Interaction -- in Text and Voice Chat Rooms by Kevin Jepson

Establishing a Methodology for Benchmarking Speech Synthesis for Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) by Zöe Handley & Marie-Josée Hamel

Oral Interaction Around Computers in the Project-Oriented CALL Classroom by Gumock Jeon-Ellis, Robert Debski, & Gillian Wigglesworth

Analyzing Oral Skills in Voice E-Mail and Online Interviews by Lisa M. Volle

Volume 10, Number 1 (January 2006)

Future Foreign Language Teachers' Social and Cognitive Collaboration in an Online Environment by Nike Arnold & Lara Ducate

Discourse and Participation in ESL Face-to-Face and Written Electronic Conferences by Michael Fitze

Internet Use of Polish by Polish Melburnians: Implications for Maintenance and Teaching by Michael Fitzgerald & Robert Debski

Negotiating Common Ground in Computer-Mediated Versus Face-to-Face Discussions by Ilona Vandergriff

Volume 10, Number 2 (May 2006)

The Development of E-mail Literacy: From Writing to Peers to Writing to Authority Figures by Chi-Fen Emily Chen

Mode, Meaning, and Synaesthesia in Multimedia L2 Writing by Mark Evan Nelson

Playing the Videotext: A Media Literacy Perspective on Video-Mediated L2 Listening by Paul Gruba

Exploring the Relationship Between Electronic Literacy and Heritage Language Maintenance by Jin Sook Lee

Volume 10, Number 3 (September 2006)

E-Learning and the Development of Intercultural Competence by Meei-Ling Liaw

ESL Students' Computer-Mediated Communication Practices: Context Configuration by Dong-Shin Shin

L1 and L2 Glosses: Their Effects on Incidental Vocabulary Learning by Makoto Yoshii

Noticing and Text-Based Chat by Chun Lai and Yong Zhao

Volume 11, Number 1 (February 2007)

Help Options and Multimedia Listening: Students' Use of Subtitles and the Transcript by Maja Grgurović & Volker Hegelheimer

Are They Watching? Test-Taker Viewing Behavior During an L2 Video Listening Test by Elvis Wagner

Using Digital Stories to Improve Listening Comprehension with Spanish Young Learners of English by Dolores Ramírez Verdugo  & Isabel Alonso Belmonte

Commentary: I'm Only Trying to Help: A Role for Interventions in Teaching Listening (an invited commentary on the Special Issue on Technology and Listening Comprehension) by Michael Rost 

Commentary: Learner-Based Listening and Technological Authenticity (an invited commentary on the Special Issue on Technology and Listening Comprehension) by Richard Robin

Volume 11, Number 2 (June 2007)

Manipulating L2 Learners' Online Dictionary Use and Its Effect on L2 Word Retention by Elke Peters

Students Writing Emails to Faculty: An Examination of E-Politeness Among Native and Non-Native Speakers of English by Sigrun Biesenbach-Lucas

An Activity Theory Perspective on Student-Reported Contradictions in International Telecollaboration by Olga K. Basharina

Culture, Culture Learning and New Technologies: Towards a Pedagogical Framework by Mike Levy

Abdullah's Blogging: A Generation 1.5 Student Enters the Blogosphere by Joel Bloch

Commentary: Open Access to Research and the Individual Responsibility of Researchers by Thierry Chanier

Volume 11, Number 3 (October 2007)

Computing the Vocabulary Demands of L2 Reading by Tom Cobb

Vocabulary Learning in an Automated Graded Reading Program by Hung-Tzu Huang & Hsien-Chin Liou

Reading Authentic EFL Text Using Visualization and Advance Organizers in a Multimedia Learning Environment by Huifen Lin & Tsuiping Chen

Reading Comprehension Exercises Online: The Effects of Feedback, Proficiency and Interaction by Philip Murphy

A Mobile-Device-Supported Peer-Assisted Learning System for Collaborative Early EFL Reading by Yu-Jun Lan, Yao-ting Sung & Kuo-En Chang

Commentary: The Promise of Digital Scholarhip in SLA Research and Language Pedagogy by Sally Magnan Sieloff

Volume 12, Number 1 (February 2008)

Peer Feedback on Language Form in Telecollaboration by Paige Ware & Robert O'Dowd

The Role of Offline Metalanguage Talk in Asynchronous Computer-Mediated Communication by Keiko Kitade

Methodological Hurdles in Capturing CMC Data: The Case of the Missing Self-Repair by Bryan Smith

Commentary: Can Free Reading Take you All the Way? A Response to Cobb (2007) Jeff McQuillan & Stephen D. Krashen

Commentary: Response to McQuillan and Krashen (2008) by Tom Cobb

Volume 12, Number 2 (June 2008)

More Than a Linguisic Reference: The Infuence of Corpus Technology on L2 Academic Writing by Hyunsook Yoon

Asynchronous Forums in EAP: Assessment Issues by Sara Kol & Miriam Schcolnik

Raising Students' Awareness of Cross-Cultural Contrastive Rhetoric Via an E-Learning Course by Minjie Xing, Jinghui Wang, & Kenneth Spencer

Beyond the Design of Automated Writing Evaluation: Pedagogical Practices and Perceived Learning Effectiveness in EFL Writing Classes by Chi-Fen Emily Chen & Wei-Yuan Eugene Cheng

Volume 12, Number 3 (October 2008)

The Pedagogical Mediation of a Developmental Learner Corpus for Classroom-Based Language Instruction by Julie Belz & Nina Vyatkina

Focus-on-Form Through Collaborative Scaffolding in Expert-to-Novice Online Interaction by Lina Lee

Evaluating Automatic Detection of Misspellings in German by Anne Rimrott & Trude Heift

Effects of Short-Term Memory and Content Representation Type on Mobile Language Learning by Nian-Shing Chen, Sheng-Wen Hsieh, & Kinshuk

Measuring Oral Proficiency in Distance, Face-to-Face, and Blended Classrooms by Robert Blake, Nicole L. Wilson, Maria Cetto, & Cristina Pardo-Ballester

Volume 13, Number 1 (February 2009)

Textual, Genre and Social Features of Spoken Grammar: A Corpus-Based Approach by Carmen Pérez-Llantada

The Design of an Online Concordancing Program for Teaching about Reporting Verbs by Joel Bloch

Student-Initiated Attention to Form in Wiki-Based Collaborative Writing by Greg Kessler

Computer-Mediated Corrective Feedback and the Development of L2 Grammar by Shannon Sauro

Volume 13, Number 2 (June 2009)

Acquisition of L2 Japanese Geminates: Training with Waveform Displays by Miki Motohashi-Saigo & Debra M. Hardison

Multimedia Glosses and Their Effect on L2 Text Comprehension and Vocabulary Learning by Iñigo Yanguas

Learner Use of Holistic Language Units in Multimodal, Task-Based Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication by Karina Collentine

Voice Blog: An Exploratory Study of  Language Learning by Yu-Chih Sun

Volume 13, Number 3 (October 2009)

Promoting Increased Pitch Variation in Oral Presentations with Transient Visual Feedback by Rebecca Hincks & Jens Edlund

The Effects of Computer-assisted Pronunciation Readings on ESL Learners’ Use of Pausing, Stress, Intonation, and Overall Comprehensibility by Mark Tanner and Melissa Landon

Podcasting: An Effective Tool for Honing Language Students’ Pronunciation? by Lara Ducate and Lara Lomicka

Comprehensibility and Prosody Ratings for Pronunciation Software Development by Paul Warren, Irina Elgort, and David Crabbe

Volume 14, Number 1 (February 2010)

Corpus-Assisted Creative Writing: Introducing Intermediate Italian Learners to a Corpus as a Reference Resource by Claire Kennedy & Tiziana Miceli

Using Synchronous Online Peer Response Groups in EFL Writing: Revision-Related Discourse by Mei-Ya Liang

The Effects of Captioning Videos Used for Foreign Languge Listening Activities by Paula Winke, Susan Gass, & Tetyana Sydorenko

Volume 14, Number 2 (June 2010)

Invited Commentary: Vocabulary by Ron Martinez & Norbert Schmitt

Lexical Bundles in L1 and L2 Academic Writing by Yu-Hua Chen & Paul Baker

Modality of Input and Vocabulary Acquisition by Tetyana Sydorenko

The Effect of Interactivity with a Music Video Game on Second Language Vocabulary Recall by Jonathan DeHaan, W. Michael Reed, & Katsuko Kuwada

Using Mobile Phones for Vocabulary Activities: Examining the Effect of Platform by Glenn Stockwell

Volume 14, Number 3 (October 2010)

Invited Commentary: Research and Practice: A look at Issues in Technology for Second Language Learning by Carol A. Chapelle

Writing/Thinking in Real Time: Digital Video and Corpus Query Analysis by Kwanghyun Park and Celeste Kinginger

Collaborative Writing: Fostering Foreign Language and Writing Conventions Development by Idoia Elola and Ana Oskoz

Oral Computer-Mediated Interaction Between L2 Learners: It’s About Time! by Íñigo Yanguas

Volume 15, Number 1 (February 2011)

Negotiation of Meaning and Corrective Feedback in Japanese/English eTandem by Jack Bower and Satomi Kawaguchi

Computer-Mediated Corrective Feedback and Language Accuracy in Telecollaborative Exchangesby Margarita Vinagre and Beatriz Muñoz

Tandem Language Learning through a Cross-Cultural Keypal Project by Kaori Kabata and Yasuyo Edasawa

Learner Interpretations of Shared Space in Multilateral English Blogging by Yu-Feng (Diana) Yang

LITERALIA: Towards Developing Intercultural Maturity Online by Ursula Stickler and Martina Emke

Volume 15, Number 2 (June 2011)

Comprehending News Videotexts: The Influence of the Visual Content by Jeremy Cross

Divergent Perceptions of Tellecollaborative Language Learning Tasks: Task-as-Workplan vs. Task-as-Process by Melinda Dooly

Online Domains of Language Use: Second Language Learners’ Experiences of Virtual Community and Foreignnessby Sarah Pasfield-Neofitou

Volume 15, Number 3 (October 2011)

Learner Autonomy in a Task-Based 3D World and Production by Karina Collentine

Fostering Learner Autonomy in English for Science: A Collaborative Digital Video Project in a Technological Learning Environment by Christoph A. Hafner & Lindsay Miller

Blogging: Promoting Learner Autonomy and Intercultural Competence through Study Abroad by Lina Lee

Self-Study with Language Learning Software in the Workplace: What Happens? by Katharine B. Nielson

Volume 16, Number 1 (February 2012)

Chang, Blogging to Learn: Becoming EFL Academic Writers Through Collaborative Dialogues by Yu-Chih Sun, & Yu-jung Chang

The Types and Effects of Peer Native Speakers’ Feedback on CMC by María Belén Díez-Bedmar, & Pascual Pérez-Paredes

Collaborative Writing among Second Language Learners in Academic Web-Based Projects by Greg Kessler, Dawn Bikowski, & Jordan Boggs

Effects on Learning Logographic Character Formation in Computer-Assisted Handwriting Instruction by Chen-hui Tsai, Chin-Hwa Kuo, & Wen-Bing Horng

Volume 16, Number 2 (June 2012)

Power within Blended Language Learning Programs in Japan by Don Hinkelman & Paul Gruba

Interactive Whiteboards in State School Settings: Teacher Responses to Socio-constructivist Hegemonies by Euline Cutrim Schmid & Shona Whyte

Caught in the Web: Overcoming and Reproducing Hegemony in Azerbaijan by Cara Preuss & Carolyn Morway

Promoting Dialogue or Hegemonic Practice? Power Issues in Telecollaboration by Francesca Helm, Sarah Guth, & Mohammed Farrah

Volume 16, Number 3 (October 2012)

Eye Tracking as a Measure of Noticing: A Study of Explicit Recasts in SCMC by Bryan Smith

Promoting Learner Autonomy through Multiliteracy Skills Development in Cross-Institutional Exchanges by
Carolin Fuchs, Mirjam Hauck, & Andreas Müller-Hartmann

Towards an Instructional Programme for L2 Vocabulary: Can a Story Help? by Peter Prince

Commentary: Mobile Language Learning: More than Just “The Platform” (A commentary on Glenn Stockwell’s “Using Mobile Phones for Vocabulary Activities: Examining the Effect of the Platform,” Language Learning & Technology Vol. 14, No. 2) by Oliver James Ballance

Commentary: Working with Contraints in Mobile Learning: A Response to Ballance by Glenn Stockwell

Volume 17, Number 1 (February 2013)

L2 Identity, Discourse, and Social Networking in Russian by Liudmila Klimanova & Svetlana Dembovskaya

Using a Radical-Derived Character E-Learning Platform to Increase Learner Knowledge of Chinese Characters by Hsueh-Chih Chen, Chih-Chun Hsu, Li-Yun Chang, Yu-Chi Lin, Kuo-En Chang, & Yao-Ting Sung

Digital Texts for Learning Finnish: Shared Resources and Emerging Practices by Juha Jalkanen & Heidi Vaaralapp

Ojibwe Language Revitalization, Multimedia Technology, and Family Language Learning by Mary Hermes & Kendall A. King

Commentary: MALL—Somewhere between the Tower, the Field, the Classroom, and the Market: A Reply to Professor Stockwell’s Response by Oliver James Ballance

Volume 17, Number 2 (June 2013)

Computer Learner Corpora: Analysing Interlanguage Errors in Synchronous and Asynchronous Communication by Penny MacDonald, Amparo García-Carbonell, José Miguel Carot-Sierra

Anonymity and Motivation in Asychronous Discussions and L2 Vocabulary Learning by Nihat Polat, Rae Mancilla, & Laura Mahalingappa

Online Strategy Instruction for Integrating Dictionary Skills and Language Awareness by Jim Ranalli

A Framework for Developing Self-Directed Technology Use for Language Learning by Chun Lai

The Effects of Text-Based SCMC on SLA: A Meta Analysis by Wei-Chen Lin, Hung-Tzu Huang,&  Hsien-Chin Liou

Identity Practices of Multilingual Writers in Social Networking Spaces by Hsin-I Chen

Applications of Text Analysis Tools for Spoken Response Grading by Scott Crossley & Danielle McNamara

Language Development and Scaffolding in a Sino-American Telecollaborative Project by Li Jin

The Effects of Online Feedback Training on Students’ Text Revision by Yu-Fen Yang & Wen-Ting Meng

Volume 17, Number 3 (October 2013)

Students’ Perceptions and Experiences of Mobile Learning by Daesang Kim, Daniel Rueckert, Dong-Joong Kim, & Daeryong Seo

Podcasting for Language Learning Through iTunes U: The Learner’s View by Fernando Rosell-Aguilar

The Development of Advanced Learner Oral Proficiency Using iPads by Franziska Lys

Reading and Grammar Learning Through Mobile Phones by Shudong Wang & Simon Smith

Mobile-Assisted Grammar Exercises: Effects on Self-Editing in L2 Writing by Zhi Li & Volker Hegelheimer

Mobile-Assisted Language Learning: A Selected Annotated Bibliography of Implementation Studies 1994–2012 by Jack Burston

Volume 18, Number 1 (February 2014)

Fostering Foreign Language Learning Through Technology-Enhanced Intercultural Projects by Jen Jun Chen & Shu Ching Yang

Using Peer Computer-Mediated Corrective Feedback to Support EFL Learners' Writing by Ali AbuSeileek & Awatif Abualsha'r

Direct and Indirect Access to Corpora: An Exploratory Case Study Comparing Students’ Error Correction and Learning Strategy Use in L2 Writing by Hyunsook Yoon & JungWon Jo

Effects of Captioning on Video Comprehension and Incidental Vocabulary Learning by Maribel Montero Perez, Elke Peters, Geraldine Clarebout, & Piet Desmet

Ecological Affordance and Anxiety in an Oral Asynchronous Computer-Mediated Environment by Levi McNeil

Use of Wikis to Promote Collaborative EFL Writing by Zelilha Aydin & Senem Yildiz

Volume 18, Number 2 (June 2014)

Digital Gaming and Language Learning: Autonomy and Community by Alice Chik

Can I Say Something? The Effects of Digital Gameplay on Willingness to Communicate by Hayo Reinders & Sorada Wattana

L2 Writing Practice: Game Enjoyment as a Key to Engagement by Laura Allen, Scott A. Crossley, Erica L. Snow, & Danielle S. McNamara

Microblogging Activities: Language Play and Tool Transformation by David Hattem

Volume 18, Number 3 (October 2014)

An Experimental Study of Corrective Feedback During Video-Conferencing by Kátia Monteiro

An Exploratory Study of Pauses in Computer-Assisted EFL Writing by Cuiqin Xu & Yanren Ding

Ubiquitous Learning: Determinants Impacting Learners’ Satisfaction and Expectation with Smartphones by Hee-Jung Jung

Establishing an Empirical Link Between Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC) and SLA: A Meta-Analysis of the Research by Huifen Lin

University Level Second Language Readers’ Online Reading and Comprehension Strategies by Jaehan Park, Jaeseok Yang,  & Yi Chin Hsieh

Benefits of Visual Feedback on Segmental Production in the L2 Classroom by Daniel J. Olson

ICALL for Improving Korean L2 Writers’ Ability to Edit Grammatical Errors by Ron Cowan, Jinhee Choo & Gabseon Sunny Lee

Effects of Interactive Chat Versus Independent Writing on L2 Learning by Medha Tare, Ewa M. Golonka, Karen Vatz, Carrie L. Bonilla, Carolyn Crooks & Rachel Strong

Chinese EFL Teachers' Social Interaction, Socio- Cognitive Presence in Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication by Heping Wu, Junde Gao & Weimin Zhang

Volume 19, Number 1 (February 2015)

Supporting In-service Language Educators in Learning to Telecollaborate by Robert O'Dowd

ESL Teacher Training in 3D Virtual Worlds by Iryna Kozlova

Rethinking Transfer: Learning from Call Teacher Education as Consequential Transition by Chin-chi Chao

Exploring EFL Teachers’ Knowledge and Competencies: In-service Program Perspectives by Mei-Hui Liu & Robert Kleinsasser

From TPACK-in-Action Workshops to Classrooms: CALL Competency Developed and Integrated by Shu-Ju Tai

Learning to Identify and Actualize Affordances in a New Too by Karen Haines

Teaching Critical, Ethical, and Safe Use of ICT to Teachers by Sang-Keun Shin

Volume 19, Number 2 (June 2015)

The Accuracy of Computer-Assisted Feedback and Students’ Responses to It by Elizabeth Lavolette, Charlene Polio, & Jimin Kahng

Negotiation of Meaning to Comprehend Hypertexts Through Peer Questioning by Yu-Fen Yang & Pei-Yin Hsieh

A Meta-Synthesis of Empirical Research on the Effectiveness of Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC) in SLA by Huifen Lin

Bridging the Communication Divide: CMC and Deaf Individuals’ Literacy Skills by Carrie Lou Garberoglio, Duncan Dickson, Stephanie Cawthon, & Mark Bond

Computer-Supported Cooperative Prewriting For Enhancing Young EFL Learners’ Writing Performance by Yu-Ju Lan,Yao-Ting Sung, Chia-Chun Cheng, & Kuo-En Chang

Facilitating Participation: Teacher Roles in a Multiuser Virtual Learning Environment by Airong Wang

L2 Blogging: Who Thrives and Who Does Not? by Rainbow Tsai-Hung Chen

The Practices and Challenges of Telecollaboration in Higher Education in Europe by Francesca Helm

Volume 19, Number 3 (October 2015)

I Am What I Am”: Multilingual Identity and Digital Translanguaging by Brooke Ricker Schreiber

Commenting to Learn: Evidence of Language and Intercultural Learning in Comments on YouTube Videos by Phil Benson

Wikipedia Writing as Praxis: Computer-mediated Socialization of Second-language Writers by Brian A. King

Digital Mindsets: Teachers’ Technology Use in Personal Life and Teaching by Ekaterina Tour

Volume 20, Number 1 (February 2016)

Becoming Little Scientists: Technologically-Enhanced Project-Based Language Learning by Melinda Dooly & Randall Sadler

Effects of Web-Based Collaborative Writing on Individual L2 Writing Development by Dawn Bikowski & Ramyadarshanie Vithanage

Type and Amount of Input-Based Practice in CALI: The Revelations of a Triangulated Research Design by Luis Cerezo

Language Learning Through Social Networks: Perceptions and Reality by Chin-Hsi Lin, Mark Warschauer & Robert Blake

The Effects of Item Preview on Video-Based Multiple-Choice Listening Assessments by Dennis Koyama, Angela Sun & Gary J. Ockey

Twitter-Based EFL Pronunciation Instruction by José Antonio Mompean & Jonás Fouz-González

Learning to Express Gratitude in Mandarin Chinese Through Web-Based Instruction by Li Yang

Concordancers and Dictionaries as Problem-Solving Tools for ESL Academic Writing by Choongil Yoon

Volume 20, Number 2 (June 2016)

The CALL-SLA Interface: Insights from a Second-order Synthesis by Luke Plonsky & Nicole Ziegler

Teaching the Pragmatics of Russian Conversation Using a Corpus-referred Website by Edie A. Furniss

Perception-production Link in L2 Japanese Vowel Duration: Training with Technology by Tomoko Okuno & Debra M. Hardison

Autonomous Learning through Task-based Instruction in Fully Online Language Courses by Lina Lee

The Role of Technology in SLA Research by Dorothy M. Chun

20 Years of Technology and Language Assessment in Language Learning & Technology by Carol A. Chapelle & Erik Voss

Technology and the Four Skills by Robert Blake

20 Years of Autonomy and Technology: How Far Have We Come and Where to Next? by Hayo Reinders & Cynthia White

Volume 20, Number 3 (October 2016)

Individual Versus Interactive Task-based Performance Through Voice-based Computer-mediated Communication by Gisela Granena

Oral-performance Language Tasks for CSL Beginners in Second Life by Yu-Ju Lan, Yu-Hsuan Kan, Yao-Ting Sung & Kuo-En Chang

Mapping Languaging in Digital Spaces: Literacy Practices at Borderlands by Giulia Messina Dahlberg & Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta

Applying Form-focused Approaches to L2 Vocabulary Instruction Through Podcasts by Fahimeh Marefat & Mohammad Hassanzadeh

Mobile English Vocabulary Learning Based on Concept-mapping Strategy by Pei-Lin Liu

Positioning Identity in Computer-mediated Discourse among ESOL Learners by Carlton J. Fong, Shengjie Lin, & Randi A. Engle

Data-driven Learning of Collocations: Learner Performance, Proficiency, and Perceptions by Nina Vyatkina

Syntactic Enhancement and Second Language Literacy: An Experimental Study by Youngmin Park & Mark Warschauer

Volume 21, Number 1 (February 2017)

Sharing a Multimodal Corpus to Study Webcam-mediated Language Teachingby Nicolas Guichon

Methodological Innovation for the Study of Request Production in Telecollaboration by D. Joseph Cunningham

Digital-gaming Trajectories and Second Language Development by Kyle W. Scholz & Mathias Schulze

Examining Focused L2 practice: From in vitro to in vivo by Frederik Cornillie, Wim Van Den Noortgate, Kris Van den Branden, & Piet Desmet

Web-based Collaborative Writing in L2 Contexts: Methodological Insights from Text Mining by Soobin Yim & Mark Warschauer

Challenges in Transcribing Multimodal Data: A Case Study by Francesca Helm & Melinda Dooly

Volume 21, Number 2 (June 2017)

The Effects of Concordance-based Electronic Glosses on L2 Vocabulary Learning by Hansol Lee, Mark Warschauer, & Jang Ho Lee

Blog Posts and Traditional Assignments by First- and Second-Language Writers by Irina Elgort

Computer-based Multimodal Composing Activities, Self-revision, and L2 Acquisition through Writing by Richmond Dzekoe

Explaining Dynamic Interactions in Wiki-based Collaborative Writing by Mimi Li & Wei Zhu

Designing Talk in Social Networks: What Facebook Teaches about Conversation by Chantelle Warner & Hsin-I Chen

Investigating Linguistic, Literary, and Social Affordances of L2 Collaborative Reading by Joshua J. Thoms & Frederick Poole

Peer Interaction in Text Chat: Qualitative Analysis of Chat Transcripts by Ewa M. Golonka, Medha Tare, & Carrie Bonilla

Children’s Interaction and Lexical Acquisition in Text-based Online Chat by Yvette Coyle & Maria José Reverte Prieto

Asynchronous Group Review of EFL Writing: Interactions and Text Revisions by Murad Abdu Saeed & Kamila Ghazali

Volume 21, Number 3 (October 2017)

The Effect of Corpus-Based Instruction on Pragmatic Routines by Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig, Sabrina Mossman &Yunwen Su

Effects of DDL Technology on Genre Learning by Elena Cotos, Stephanie Link & Sarah Huffman

Enhancing Extensive Reading with Data-Driven Learning by Gregory Hadley & Maggie Charles

Using Corpora to Develop Learners’ Collocational Competence by Shuangling Li

Teaching Google Search Techniques in an L2 Academic Writing Context by Sumi Han & Jeong-Ah Shin

Effects of Corpus-Based Instruction on Phraseology in Learner English by Katherine Ackerley

Training Teachers in Data-Driven Learning: Tackling the Challenge by Agnieszka Leńko-Szymańska