Autoformation et multimédia    Didactique    Linguistique    Ingénierie de formation

Fiona Farr, Liam Murray (dir.)

The Routledge Handbook of Language Learning and Technology - 2016



Series : Routledge Handbooks in Applied Linguistics

596 pages

ISBN-10 : 0415837871

ISBN-13 : 978-0415837873

Table of Contents

Part I : Historical and conceptual contexts

-  Language learning and technology : past, present, and future

Deborah Healey

-  Theory in Computer-Assisted Language Learning research and practice

Philip Hubbard and Mike Levy

-  Towards an ‘ecological’ CALL theory : theoretical perspectives and their instantiation in CALL research and practice

Françoise Blin

Part II : Core issues

-  Technology standards for language teacher preparation

Greg Kessler

-  Researching participatory literacy and positioning in online learning communities

Mirjam Hauck, Rebecca Galley and Sylvia Warnecke

-  Language materials development in a digital age

Gary Motteram

-  Researching in language learning and technology

Mike Levy

-  Literacies, technology and language teaching

Gavin Dudeney and Nicky Hockly

-  Evaluation in CALL : tools, interactions, outcomes

Catherine Caws and Trude Heift

-  Language testing and technology

James Dean Brown

-  From age and gender to identity in technology-mediated language learning

Elisabeth R. Hayes and Yoonhee N. Lee

-  Culture, language learning, and technology

Robert Godwin-Jones

-  Language learning and technology in varied technology contexts

HyunGyung Lee and Joy Egbert

-  Limitations and boundaries in language learning and technology

Rick Kern and Dave Malinowski

-  Teacher education and technology

Elizabeth Hanson-Smith

-  Sustainable CALL development

Françoise Blin, Juha Jalkanen and Peppi Taalas

Part III : Interactive and collaborative technologies for language learning

-  Telecollaboration and language learning

Francesca Helm and Sarah Guth

-  Social networking and language learning

Lara Lomicka and Gillian Lord

-  Computer supported collaborative writing and language learning

Muriel Grosbois

-  Interactive whiteboards and language learning

Euline Cutrim Schmid

-  Mobile language learning

Glenn Stockwell

-  Virtual worlds and language learning : an analysis of research

Mark Peterson

-  Online and blended language learning

Pete Sharma and Kevin Westbrook

Part IV : Corpora and data-driven learning

-  Introduction to data-driven learning

Martin Warren

-  Spoken language corpora and pedagogic applications

Andrew Caines, Michael McCarthy and Anne O’Keeffe

-  Written language corpora and pedagogic applications

Angela Chambers

-  Learner corpora and pedagogic applications

Fanny Meunier

Corpus types and uses

Bróna Murphy and Elaine Riordan

-  Designing and building corpora for language learning

Randi Reppen

Part V : Gaming and language learning

-  Metaphors for digital games and language learning

Jonathon Reinhardt and Steven Thorne

-  Mini-games for language learning

Frederik Cornillie and Piet Desmet

-  Gaming and young language learners

Pia Sundqvist

Part VI : Purpose designed language learning resources

-  CALL tools for lexico-grammatical acquisition

Li Li

-  CALL tools for reading and writing

Hsien-Chin Liou

-  CALL tools for listening and speaking

Úna Clancy and Liam Murray

Multimodality and CALL

Nicolas Guichon and Cathy Cohen

-  Intelligent CALL and written language

Cornelia Tschichold and Mathias Schulze

-  Translation and technology : the case of translation games for language learning

Pierrette Bouillon, Cristiana Cervini and Manny Rayner