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Journal Title: ReCALL
Volume/Issue:   22 / 3
Date: 2010
Table of Contents: When technology speaks language: an evaluation of course management systems used in a language learning context
by Wen-KaiYu, Yu-ChihSun, Yu-JungChang
pp 332-355

The development of meaningful interactions on a blog used for the learning of English as a Foreign Language
by AnnickRivensMompean
pp 376-395

Learner participation patterns and strategy use in Second Life: an exploratory case study
by MarkPeterson
pp 273-292

Online reading: a preliminary study of the impact of integrated and split-attention formats on L2 students’ cognitive load
by SalehAl-Shehri, ChristinaGitsaki
pp 356-375

Language practice with multimedia supported web-based grammar revision material
by MeltemHuriBaturay, AysegulDaloglu, SonerYildirim
pp 313-331

The use of the webcam for teaching a foreign language in a desktop videoconferencing environment
by ChristineDevelotte, NicolasGuichon, CarolineVincent
pp 293-312

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): English
LL Issue: 21.3660