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|Selected Publications:||Collaborative Writing Among Second Language Learners in Academic Web-Based Projects.
Language teacher training in technology.
Authoring tools for language assessment.
CALL and digital feedback
Addressing the language classroom standards of the European higher education area through the use of technology.
Preparing today’s language teachers to use tomorrow’s writing tools.
Technology across writing contexts and tasks.
The influence of SLA training in curricular design among teachers in preparation.
TESOL Technology Standards.
Fluency and anxiety in self access speaking tasks: The influence of environment.
Developing collaborative autonomous learning abilities in computer mediated language learning: Attention to meaning among students in wiki space.
When they talk about CALL: Discourse in a required CALL class.
Virtual business: An Enron email corpus study.
TESOL Technology Standards Framework.
Student initiated attention to form in wiki based collaborative writing.
Technology standards in foreign language education.
Instructional technology for international students
Does teachers' confidence with CALL equal innovative and integrated use?
Formal and informal CALL preparation and teacher attitude toward technology.
Moodle: Getting together online gets even better.
Assessing CALL teacher training: What are we doing and what could we do better?
A Multimedia Lab on Your Desktop
Interactive Exercise Generators
Preparing for the Future of CALL
The Virtual Computer Lab
Making the most of discussion boards in the ESL classroom.
Incorporating ESOL learners' feedback and usability testing into instructor-developed materials
ESL Magazine Column, Greg Kessler's Technology:
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Landmarks in CALL Research
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