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From the Editors
Welcome to LLT
by Mark Warschauer, Dorothy Chun,
& Pamela DaGrossa
p. 1

From the Special Issue Editors
Introducing This Issue
by Nicholas Ostler & Jon Reyhner
pp. 2-3

On the Net
Teaching Indigenous Languages: An Essential Reference
by Jean W. LeLoup & Robert Ponterio
pp. 4-5

Emerging Technologies
Multilingual Computing
by Bob Godwin-Jones
pp. 6-11

News from Sponsoring Organizations
pp. 12-17

Edited by Jennifer Leeman 

Beyond Babel: Language Learning Online
Uschi Felix

Reviewed by Esperanza Román-Mendoza
pp. 18-22

ICT and Language Learning: A European Perspective
Angela Chambers and Graham Davies (Eds.)

Reviewed by Erin M. Halm
pp. 23-26

Tsi Karhakta: At the Edge of the Woods 
David Kanatawakhon-Maracle, Troy Lepple, & Season Lepple

Reviewed by Carrie Dyck
pp. 27-33

Irish Now!
Transparent Language Inc.

Reviewed by Colleen Cotter
pp. 34-40


Volume 6, Number 2
May 2002 

Special Issue
Technology and Indigenous Languages

Feature Articles

The Role of the Computer in Learning Ndjébbana
Glenn Auld
Ballarat University, Australia 
pp. 41-58

Fabula: A Bilingual Multimedia Authoring Environment for Children Exploring Minority Languages
Viv Edwards
University of Reading
Lyn Pemberton
University of Brighton
John Knight
City University, London
Frank Monaghan
North Westminster Community School, London 
pp. 59-69

Early Effects of Technology on the Oklahoma Choctaw Language Community
Marcia Haag
University of Oklahoma
F. Wayne Coston
Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma
pp. 70-82

Applied Computer Technology in Cree and Naskapi Language Programs
Bill Jancewicz
Naskapi Development Corporation and SIL International
Marguerite Mackenzie
Memorial University of Newfoundland 
pp. 83-91

Integrating Technology into Minority Language Preservation and Teaching Efforts: An Inside Job
Daniel J. Villa
New Mexico State University
pp. 92-101

Words as Big as the Screen: Native American Languages and the Internet
Tracey McHenry
Eastern Washington University
pp. 102-115


(an invited response to this issue)

Courtney B. Cazden
Harvard University
pp. 116-117

Call for Papers

Theme: The Internet and Global English(es)



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