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From the Editors
News From LLT
by Dorothy Chun & Pamela DaGrossa
p. 1

From the Special Issue Editor
Welcome to the Special Issue

by Margo Glew
pp. 2-3


On the Net
Interactive and Multimedia Techniques in Online Language Lessons: A Sampler
by Jean W. LeLoup & Robert Ponterio
pp. 4-17

Emerging Technologies
Tools for Distance Education: Towards Convergence and Integration

by Bob Godwin-Jones
pp. 18-22

Announcements
News from Sponsoring Organizations
pp. 23-29


Reviews
Edited by Rafael Salaberry

Computer-Mediated Communication: Human-to-Human Communication Across the Internet
Susan B. Barnes
Reviewed by Gillian Lord
pp.
30-33

Electronic Collaborators: Learner-Centered Technologies for Literacy, Apprenticeship, and Discourse
Curtis Jay Bonk and Kira S. King, (Eds.)
Reviewed by Joseph Collentine
pp.
34-37

Language Learning Online: Towards Best Practice
Uschi Felix (Ed.)
Reviewed by Steve Bird
pp. 38-41

Oversold and Underused: Computers in the Classroom
Larry Cuban
Reviewed by Lara Lomicka
pp.
42-45

Technology for Literacy Teaching and Learning
William J. Valmont
Reviewed by Stephanie Throne
pp.
46-49


Volume 7, Number 3
September 2003

Special Issue
Distance Learning

Feature Articles

Optimal Psycholinguistic Environments for Distance Foreign Language Learning
Catherine J. Doughty & Michael H. Long
University of Maryland
pp. 50-80

Flexibility and Interaction at a Distance: A Mixed-Mode Environment for Language Learning
Antonella Strambi & Eric Bouvet
Flinders University, Australia
pp. 81-102

Meeting the Needs of Distance Learners
Nicholas Sampson
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
pp. 103-118

Online Learning: Patterns of Engagement and Interaction Among In-Service Teachers
Faridah Pawan, Trena M. Paulus, Senom Yalcin, & Ching-Fen Chang
Indiana University
pp. 119-140

Using Native Speakers in Chat
Vincenza Tudini
University of South Australia
pp. 141-159

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Commentary

Extending the Scope of Tele-Collaborative Projects
A commentary inspired by Jean W. LeLoup & Robert Ponterio's "Tele-Collaborative Projects: Monsters.com?"
Phillip A. Towndrow
National Institute of Education, Singapore
pp. 160-163

Call for Papers

Theme: Technology and Oral Language Development
p. 164

 

 
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