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CALICO Journal

2001 Volume 19, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Students' Preparedness and Training for CALL

    Catherine M. Barrette

    Provides data on the computer literacy of university-level Spanish students with respect to word processing, CD-ROMs, E-mail, and the World Wide Web. The training method used integrated technical... More

    pp. 5-36

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  2. Computer-Mediated Feedback in Composition Correction

    Jack Burston

    Describes theoretical and practical considerations related to the provision of feedback in the written compositions of advanced foreign language learners of French. Discusses the approach taken to ... More

    pp. 37-50

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  3. Using a Variety of Technologies To Create and Maintain a Long-Distance Materials Development Team

    Elizabeth Byleen & Pat Byrd

    Groups of editors and authors used a variety of technologies to create a cohesive team that produced a textbook series with instructor manuals along with a supporting Web site. Describes the... More

    pp. 51-65

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  4. Development and Evaluation of a Thai Learning System on the Web Using Natural Language Processing

    Suyada Dansuwan, Kikuko Nishina, Kanji Akahori & Yasutaka Shimizu

    Describes the Thai Learning System, which is designed to help learners acquire the Thai word order system. The system facilitates the lessons on the Web using HyperText Markup Language and Perl... More

    pp. 67-88

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  5. Using the Web in Elementary French and German Courses: Quantitative and Qualitative Study Results

    Ann Green & Bonnie Earnest Youngs

    Presents an analysis of both quantitative and qualitative data collected for a study of the impact of World Wide Web use in elementary French and German courses. (Author/VWL) More

    pp. 89-123

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