Volume 20 Number 2 (June 2016) 20th Anniversary Special Issue
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An Interview with Our Founders
Dr. Susan Gass & Dr. Richard Schmidt


Guest Editors
Philip Hubbard, Greg Kessler, & Paige Ware

The CALL-SLA Interface: Insights from a Second-order Synthesis
Abstract | Article PDF
Luke Plonsky, Northern Arizona University
Nicole Ziegler, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
pp. 17–37

Teaching the Pragmatics of Russian Conversation Using a Corpus-referred Website
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Edie A. Furniss, University of Houston
pp. 38–60

Perception-production Link in L2 Japanese Vowel Duration: Training with Technology
Abstract | Article PDF
Tomoko Okuno, University of Michigan
Debra M. Hardison, Michigan State University
pp. 61–80

Autonomous Learning through Task-based Instruction in Fully Online Language Courses
Abstract | Article PDF
Lina Lee, University of New Hampshire
pp. 81–97

Review Articles

The Role of Technology in SLA Research
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Dorothy M. Chun, University of California, Santa Barbara
pp. 98–115

20 Years of Technology and Language Assessment in Language Learning & Technology
Abstract | Article PDF
Carol A. Chapelle, Iowa State University
Erik Voss, Northeastern University
pp. 116–128

Technology and the Four Skills
Abstract | Article PDF
Robert Blake, University of California, Davis
pp. 129–142

20 Years of Autonomy and Technology: How Far Have We Come and Where to Next?
Abstract | Article PDF
Hayo Reinders, Unitec Institute of Technology
Cynthia White, Massey University
pp. 143–154

Announcements and Call for Papers

News From Sponsoring Organizations
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pp. 13–16

Call for Papers
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pp. 192



Guest Editor Commentary

Special Issue of Special Issues: 20 Years of Language Learning & Technology
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Philip Hubbard, Greg Kessler, & Paige Ware
pp. 1–4

Emerging Technologies
Edited by Robert Godwin-Jones

Looking Back and Ahead: 20 Years of Technologies for Language Learning
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Robert Godwin-Jones
pp. 5–12

Invited Commentaries

Leading the Way for Open Access Research
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Mark Warschauer, University of California, Irvine
pp. 155–158

CALL in the Year 2000: A Look Back from 2016
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Carol A Chapelle, Iowa State University
pp. 159–161

My First CMC Article Revisited: A Window on Spanish L2 Interlanguage
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Robert Blake, University of California, Davis
pp. 162–165

An Update on Discourse Functions and Syntactic Complexity in Synchronous and Asynchronous Communication
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Susana M. Sotillo, Montclair State University
pp. 166–171

Cultura Revisited
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Gilberte Furstenberg, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Kathryn English, Université Paris II, Panthéon-Assas
pp. 172–178

Celebrating the Story of My First Contribution to CALL
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Khalid Al-Seghayer, Al-Imam Mohammad Ibn Saud Islamic University
pp. 179–184

Cultures-of-use and Morphologies of Communicative Action
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Steven L. Thorne, Portland State University and University of Groningen
pp. 185–191