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Journal Title: ReCALL
Volume/Issue:   19 / 2
Date: 2007
Table of Contents: A review of technology choice for teaching language skills and areas in the CALL literature
by GlennStockwell
pp 105-120

Didactic patterns for electronic materials in the teaching of interculturalism through literature: The experience of the research group LEETHi
by AsunciónLópez-Varela Azcárate
pp 121-136

FipsOrtho: A spell checker for learners of French
by SébastienL'Haire
pp 137-161

Integrating CALL into the classroom: the role of podcasting in an ESL listening strategies course
by AnneO'Brien, VolkerHegelheimer
pp 162-180

A triangular approach to motivation in Computer Assisted Autonomous Language Learning (CAALL)
by FrançoiseRaby
pp 181-201

Critical success factors in a TRIDEM exchange
by MirjamHauck
pp 202-223

Constructing a 'third space' for EFL learners: Where language and cultures meet
by Meei-LingLiaw
pp 224-241

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
History of Linguistics
LL Issue: 18.2611