Volume 19 Number 3 (October 2015) Special Issue on Digital Literacies and Language Learning
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Guest Editors
Christoph A. Hafner, Alice Chik, & Rodney H. Jones

“I Am What I Am”: Multilingual Identity and Digital Translanguaging
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Brooke Ricker Schreiber, Pennsylvania State University
pp. 69-87

Commenting to Learn: Evidence of Language and Intercultural Learning in Comments on YouTube Videos
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Phil Benson, Macquarie University
pp. 88–105

Wikipedia Writing as Praxis: Computer-mediated Socialization of Second-language Writers
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Brian W. King, City University of Hong Kong
pp. 106–123

Digital Mindsets: Teachers’ Technology Use in Personal Life and Teaching
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Ekaterina Tour, Monash University
pp. 124–139

News From Sponsoring Organizations
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pp. 52–55

Call for Papers
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p. 140


Guest Editor Commentary
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Christoph A. Hafner, Alice Chik, & Rodney H. Jones
pp. 1–7

Emerging Technologies
Edited by Robert Godwin-Jones

Contributing, Creating, Curating: Digital Literacies for Language Learners
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by Robert Godwin-Jones
pp. 8–20

Action Research
Edited by Greg Kessler

The Intersection of Multimodality and Critical Perspective: Multimodality as Subversion
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by Shin-ying Huang
pp. 21–37

Using Facebook to Promote Korean EFL Learners’ Intercultural Competence
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by Seunghee Jin
pp. 38–51

Edited by Paige Ware

Corpus Linguistics and Linguistically Annotated Corpora
Küebler, S., & Zinsmeister, H.
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Rodrigo Rodríguez-Fuentes
pp. 56–60

Language MOOCs: Providing Learning, Transcending Boundaries
Martín-Monje, E. & Bárcena, E. (Eds.). 
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Gabriel Guillen
pp. 61–64

Language Online: Investigating Digital Texts and Practices
Barton, D. & Lee, C.
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Melanie Wong
pp. 65–68