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CALICO Journal

May 2004 Volume 21, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Web-Based CALL for Arabic: Constraints and Challenges

    Alessandra Corda & Mieke van der Stel

    The first section of this paper gives a brief overview of the experiences with LAN-based CALL programs for Arabic in the past 7 years at Leiden University (The Netherlands). The second section... More

    pp. 485-495

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  2. Teaching Arabic with Technology at BYU: Learning from the Past to Bridge to the Future

    Michael D. Bush & Jeremy M. Browne

    Reporting in 1971 on research related to computer-based methods for teaching the Arabic writing system, Bunderson and Abboud cited the potential that computers have for language learning, a largely... More

    pp. 497-522

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  3. The Hebrewer: A Web-Based Inflection Generator

    James Q. Foster, Lane Foster Harrell & Esther Raizen

    This paper reports on the grammatical and programmatical production aspects of the "Hebrewer," a cross-platform web-based reference work in the form of a Hebrew inflection generator. The Hebrewer, ... More

    pp. 523-540

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  4. newSLATE: Building a Web-Based Infrastructure for Learning Non-Roman Script Languages

    Marsha A. Hopp & Theodore H. Hopp

    The "newSLATE" environment provides a Web-based infrastructure for language learning. Its design and implementation were driven by the difficulties of non-Roman-script text handling. The software... More

    pp. 541-555

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  5. Teaching Islam and Arabic over the Internet

    Chaim Nissim

    Arabic is the language of the Arab minority in Israel, the Palestinian Authority, and the neighbors of Israel (Egypt, Syria, Jordan, and Lebanon). Hence, learning Arabic and Arab culture is very... More

    pp. 561-564

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  6. Hebrew Online Module

    Tomer Pintel, Esther Raizen, Yaron Shemer & Efrat Strassberg

    The "Hebrew Online Module" is an authoring and evaluation tool designed for administrating online assignments in Hebrew and English. While similar commercial products are readily available, only a ... More

    pp. 565-570

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