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Title: CALL, WELL and TELL: Fostering Autonomy: Selected Papers from EUROCALL 2005, Krakó, Jagiellonian university, Poland
Author: Grazyna Studzinska-Cavour
Linguistic Field: Applied Linguistics
Abstract: We felt honoured to have met our friends and colleagues from all around the world in Krakow at the EUROCALL 2005 Conference. The organisers aimed to focus attention on the changing concepts and practices concerning autonomy in learning and teaching brought about by technological developments. This year's programme promised to actively promote the awareness, availability and practical benefits of autonomous learning using CALL, WELL & TELL at all levels of education, with a view to enhancing educational effectiveness, as measured by student success, both academically and personally. The organisers hoped to bring a rich and interesting variety of perspectives to the conference via a very complex programme.


This article appears IN ReCALL Vol. 18, Issue 1, which you can READ on Cambridge's site or on LINGUIST .

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