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CALICO Journal

1998 Volume 15, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. The Use of Speech Recognition Software as an English Language Oral Assessment Instrument: An Exploratory Study

    David Coniam

    Analyzes results of a previous study on speech recognition (SR) technology for its ability to distinguish between native- and nonnative English speakers. The current study concludes that SR... More

    pp. 7-23

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  2. Elements of Research in CALL Software Development Projects

    Marina Dodigovic

    In most computer-assisted-language-learning (CALL) projects, research forms an important part of the development process. However, this research frequently goes unnoticed by the academic community,... More

    pp. 25-38

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  3. Growth of Internet Use by Language Professionals

    Carolyn G. Fidelman

    Presents results of a survey showing increased use of the Internet by language professionals (e.g., language teachers, translators, interpreters). Results of the survey show a qualitative... More

    pp. 39-57

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