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Journal Title: ReCALL
Volume/Issue:   17 / 2
Date: 2005
Table of Contents: In two minds? Learner attitudes to bilingualism and the bilingual tandem analyser
by Peter Kapec, Klaus Schwienhorst
pp 254-268

What do meta-analyses tell us about CALL effectiveness?
by Uschi Felix
pp 269-288

Situated creation of multimedia activities for distance learners:
by Christine Develotte, Fracois Mangenot, Katerina Zourou
pp 229-244

CALL research archive: How can an online knowledge base further communication among second language professionals
by Jane L. Hanson, Svetlana Dembovskaya, Soojung Lee
pp 245-253

Can it be as effective? Distance versus blended learning in a web-based EAP programme
by Mihye Harker, Dmitra Koutsantoni
pp 197-216

CASLA through a social constructivist perspective: WebQuest in project-driven language learning
by Vassiliki Simina, Marie-Josée Hamel
pp 217-228

A closer look at blended learning — parameters for designing a blended
by Petra Neumeier
pp 163-178

Blended learning in a teacher training course: Integrated interactive e-learning and
by Rita Kupetz, Birgit Ziegenmeyer
pp 179-196

Editorial
by June Thompson
pp 161-162

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Language Acquisition
 
LL Issue: 16.3557