Students' Evaluation of CALL Software Programs
Educational Media International Volume 40, Number 3, ISSN 0952-3987
Reports on a study in which students expressed their opinions about the software Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) they used in the multimedia laboratory. The sample was made up of 59 undergraduates who completed a questionnaire. Results showed that students clearly see software programs as a complementary tool in the foreign language classroom. A copy of the questionnaire is included. (MES)
Lasagabaster, D. & Sierra, J.M. (2003). Students' Evaluation of CALL Software Programs. Educational Media International, 40(3), 293-304.
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