Language Learning & Technology
Vol. 9, No. 1, January 2005, p. 97

Call for Papers for Special Issue of LLT
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Theme: Technology and Listening Comprehension

Guest Editor: Philip Hubbard

Developments in multimedia software and the Web offer a range of new opportunities for learners to develop listening proficiency in the target language. Multimedia programs combine digital audio, graphics, and video with an array of meaning aids and afford a high level of individual control, while the Web makes it possible for easy access to an assortment of listening experiences, including exposure to an unprecedented selection of unfiltered native speaker materials. This special issue of Language Learning & Technology aims at providing a variety of perspectives in this area through research articles and theoretical discussions in the domains of technology-based comprehension, language acquisition, and testing.

Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

Please send an e-mail of intent with a 250-word abstract by May 1, 2005, to llt-editors@hawaii.edu.

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