Volume 15 Number 3 (October 2011) Special Issue on Learner Autonomy and New Learning Environments
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Learner Autonomy in a Task-Based 3D World and Production
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Karina Collentine, Northern Arizona University
pp. 50–67

Fostering Learner Autonomy in English for Science: A Collaborative Digital Video Project in a Technological Learning Environment
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Christoph A. Hafner and Lindsay Miller, City University of Hong Kong
pp. 68–86

Blogging: Promoting Learner Autonomy and Intercultural Competence through Study Abroad
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Lina Lee, University of New Hampshire
pp. 87–109

Self-Study with Language Learning Software in the Workplace: What Happens?
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Katharine B. Nielson, University of Maryland
pp. 110–129

Call for Papers – Mobile Language Learning
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p. 130

Reviewer Acknowledgments
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p. 131


Special Issue Commentary
Learner Autonomy and New Learning Environments
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by Hayo Reinders and Cynthia White
p. 1–3

Emerging Technologies
Autonomous Language Learning
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by Robert Godwin-Jones
pp. 4–11

Action Research
Edited by Fernando Naiditch

Student Technology Use in a Self-Access Center
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by Joachim Castellano, Jo Mynard, and Troy Rubesch
pp. 12–27

News From Sponsoring Organizations
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pp. 28-31

Edited by Paige Ware

Task-Based Language Learning and Teaching with Technology
Michael Thomas and Hayo Reinders (Eds.)
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Reviewed by Jim Ranalli
pp. 32–36

Learning Languages through Technology
Elizabeth Hanson-Smith and Sarah Rilling (Eds.)
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Reviewed by Carmen Tomas
pp. 37–40

En Una Palabra: Sevilla, España, Córdoba, Argentina, and Puebla, México
Emmanuel Paris-Bouvret, Ana Pérez-Gironés, and Octavio Flores-Cuadra
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Reviewed by Zahir Mumin
pp. 41–46

Teaching and Researching Language Learning Strategies
Rebecca Oxford
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Reviewed by Mehreen Ahmed
pp. 47–49