Sites about Computer Assisted Language Learning. Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) can be defined succinctly and broadly as "the search for and study of applications of the computer in language teaching and learning". For a comprehensive overview of CALL see ICT4LT Module 1.4, Introduction to Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL): http://www.ict4lt.org/. Language Software, Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing have their own categories elsewhere.
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An extensive list of print CALL resources.
CALL for Japanese Writing
Development of computer assisted language learning system for Japanese writing using natural language processing techniques.
CALL on the Web
This is a collection of links to websites of use to teachers who specialize in the field of Computer Assisted Language Learning. The collection is broken up into seven broad categories (Bibliography for CALL,Organizations, Journals, Articles and Web Sites, Call Software, Call Specialists, WorldCALL Conference, Other Resources). It is a starting point which will lead you to most of the important CALL web sites.
Integration of the Internet into Language Teaching
Provides information for junior high school teachers in China who teach English as a foreign language. Includes information on the Communicative Language Teaching approach, materials, use of the Internet and activities.
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