Columns

From the Editors
Introducing This Issue
by Mark Warschauer and Irene Thompson
pp. 1-2

On the Net
Interactive Language Exercises on the Web: An Exemplar
by Jean W. LeLoup & Robert Ponterio
pp. 3-11

Emerging Technologies
Web Metadata: More Efficient Resource Cataloging and Retrieving
by Bob Godwin-Jones
pp. 12-16


Announcements
News from Sponsoring Organizations
pp. 17-20



Reviews
Edited by India Plough & Alison Mackey

CALL Environments: Research, Practice, and Critical Issues
by Joy Egbert and Elizabeth Hanson-Smith (Eds.)
Reviewed by Saad AlKahtani
pp. 21-23

New Ways Of Learning And Teaching: Focus On Technology And Foreign Language Education
by Judith A. Muyskens, Editor
Reviewed by Travis Bradley and Lara Lomicka
pp. 24-26

Electronic Literacies: Language Culture and Power in Online Education
by Mark Warschauer
Reviewed by Loretta F. Kasper
pp. 27-30

Un Misterio en Toluca

by Walter C. Oliver and Terri J. Nelson
Reviewed by Jennifer Leeman
pp. 31-41

Cyberbuch
by Dorothy Chun & Jan Plass
Reviewed by Alene Moyer
pp. 42-45

Constructing the Paragraph
by Computers for Education
Reviewed by Mark Peterson
pp. 47-51
  Volume 3, Number 1
July 1999

Feature Articles:

A foot in the world of ideas: Graduate study through the Internet
by David Nunan
pp. 52-74

Web-based Activities and SLA: A Conversation Analysis Research Approach
by Raffaella Negretti
pp. 75-87

A Model for listening and viewing comprehension in multimedia environments
by Debra Hoven
pp. 88-103



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. (Vol. 1, No. 1.)
by Rafael Salaberry
pp. 104-107

Research questions for a CALL research agenda
A reply to Rafael Salaberry
by Carol Chapelle
pp. 108-113




Call for Papers:

Theme: Computer-assisted language testing


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