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CALICO Journal

January 2008 Volume 25, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. CALL and the Future of Language Teacher Education

    Philip Hubbard

    Interest in technology in language teacher education has grown recently as evidenced by the success of CALICO's Teacher Education SIG and the publication of two edited volumes on the topic in the... More

    pp. 175-188

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  2. Beyond Motivation: ESL/EFL Teachers' Perceptions of the Role of Computers

    Hoe Kyeung Kim

    There have been many promises about the benefits of computer-assisted language learning (CALL) in classrooms. The assumption underlying those benefits is that computers would be used in a student... More

    pp. 241-259

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  3. Hypermedia Annotation Presentation: Learners' Preferences and Effect on EFL Reading Comprehension and Vocabulary Acquisition

    Ali Farhan Munify AbuSeileek

    This study explored whether hypermedia annotation presentation in different locations of the text facilitates EFL vocabulary acquisition and reading comprehension. It also examined participants'... More

    pp. 260-275

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  4. A Hybrid of a CBT- and a CAT-based New English Placement Test Online (NEPTON)

    Salomi Papadima-Sophocleous

    In recent years, many tertiary institutions have been changing their pen-and-paper English placement test practices into computer based ones. In the process of constructing the University of... More

    pp. 276-304

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  5. Web-Based Foreign Language Reading: Affective and Productive Outcomes

    Kerstin Lueck

    This study aimed to investigate whether pedagogically guided web-based reading can improve skimming and scanning significantly (i.e., increased productive outcomes) and whether it can enhance... More

    pp. 305-325

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