Browse Featured Articles - CALL-EJ(ISSN 2187-9036)

Year

Title

Author(s)

Issue Number

2017

MALL: Global Prospects and Local Implementation

Jack Burston

18(1)

The Multi-Course Comparison of the Effectiveness of Two EFL Writing Environments: Google Drive versus Face-to-Face on Iranian EFL Learners’ Writing Performance and Writing Apprehension

Seyyedeh Susan Marandi & Masumeh Sadat Seyyedrezaie

18(1)

An Investigation of Differences and Changes in L2 Writing Anxiety between Blended and Conventional English Language Learning Context

David R. Bailey, Andrea Rakushin Lee, Tommy Che Vorst, & Peter Crosthwaite

18(1)

2016

Vocabulary Learning through Audios, Images, and Videos: Linking Technologies with Memory

Munassir Alhamami

17(2)

Integration of Multimedia for Teaching Writing Skills

Vijayakumar, S. & Shahin Sultana, A.

17(2)

Effects of Mobile Learning on Acquisition and Retention of Vocabulary among Persian-Speaking EFL Learners

Fatemeh Khansarian-Dehkordi & Ahmad Ameri-Golestan

17(2)

Mediation and Reciprocity in Online L2 Dynamic Assessment

Saman Ebadi

17(2)

Communicating Authentically: Enhancing EFL Students' Spoken English via Videoconferencing

Ali Ayed Alshahrani

17(2)

Computer-Assisted Pronunciation Training: The Effect of Integrating Accent Reduction Software on Iranian EFL Learners' Pronunciation

Saeed Mehrpour, Sepideh Alavi Shoushtari, & Pegah Haghighat Nezhad Shirazi

17(1)

The Influence of Interest and Prior Knowledge on EFL Students’ Current News Article/Podcast Reading and Listening

Brent Kelsen

17(1)

Creating Willingness to Communicate through L2 blogging

Antonie Alm

17(1)

Advanced Media English ? A Modern PrOCALL Course

Joachim Castellano

17(1)

Examining the Effects of Google Docs-Based Instruction and Peer Feedback Types (Implicit vs. Explicit) on EFL Learners’ Writing Performance

Zari Sadat Seyyedrezaie, Behzad Ghonsooly, Hesamoddin Shahriari, & Azar Hosseini Fatemi

17(1)

Developing and Implementing a Computer-Adaptive Test for English: The SLUPE Experience

Jack Burston, Maro Neophytou, & Iasonas Lamprianou

17(1)

A Quantitative Evaluation of Turnitin from an L2 Science and Engineering Perspective

Kathryn Oghigian, Michael Rayner, & Kiyomi Chujo

17(1)

2015

The Effects of Podcasting on EFL Upper-IntermediateLearners’Speaking Skills

Mohamad Reza Farangi, Hassan Nejadghanbar, Fatemeh Askary, & Atefeh Ghorbani

16(2)

Taiwanese Elementary School Teachers’ Computer Literacy and Use: Implications for Language Teaching Training Programs

Veronica G. Sardegna & Li-Tang Yu

16(1)

2014

Examining Attitudes towards and Usage of Smartphone Technology among Japanese University Students Studying EFL

Jeremy White & Daniel J. Mills

15(2)

Support Adaptive Testing: The Effects of Scaffolds in Computer-Based Tests

Richard Watson Todd

15(1)

Using the Keyword Tool to Explore Lexical Differences between British and American English in Specialised Corpora

Michael Wilkinson

15(1)

2013

Plagiarism: Shall We Turn to Turnitin?

Edwina R. Bensal, Edna S. Miraflores & Neslie Carol C. Tan

14(2)

The Role of Anti-Plagiarism Software in Learning to Paraphrase Effectively

Marina Dodigovic

14(2)

The Theoretical Construction of a Dynamic Assessment Mode in Chinese Tertiary EFL Writing Class with Online Teaching and Scoring Systems

Yanhong Zhang

14(2)

EFL Teachers' and Students' Perspectives on the Use of Electronic Dictionaries for Learning English

Reza Dashtestani

14(2)

Pre-Service English Teachers' Perceptions and Practice of Electronic Portfolios

Chin-Wen Chien

14(1)

Comparing Paper and Forum Journaling in the Second Language Classroom

Ko-Yin Sung & Hsiao-Ping Wu

14(1)

A Model-based Online Framework for Kanji Learning

Dallas Nesbitt

14(1)

2012

Applying Principles for New Literacies in Differing CALL Contexts: Conceptualizing Issues for Teaching, Research, and Policy

Joy Egbert, Eman ElTurki, Ibtesam ElHussein, & Rani Muthukrisha

13(2)

An Investigation of the Cross-Mode Comparability of a Paper and Computer-Based Multiple-Choice Cloze Reading Assessment for ESL Learners

Dennis Murphy Odo

13(2)

Japanese University Students' CALL Attitudes, Aspirations and Motivations

Thomas Lockley & Lara Promnitz-Hayashi

13(1)

Use of Wikis in Second/Foreign Language Classes: A Literature Review

Mimi Li

13(1)

2011

Whys and How's of Language Exchange Meetings

Adam Acar & Hideo Kobayashi

12(2)

How Can Search Engines Improve Your Writing?

Adam Acar, Joe Geluso & Tadaki Shiki

12(1)

A Comparison of Computer Game and Language-Learning Task Design Using Flow Theory

Stephan J. Franciosi

12(1)

Computer Literacy and Competency: A Survey of Indonesian Teachers of English as a Foreign Language

Jeong-Bae Son, Thomas Robb & Indra Charismiadji

12(1)

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2010

Encouraging autonomy with an online language support system

Pornapit Darasawang & Hayo Reinders

11(2)

Collaborative learning skills used in Webloger

Anuratha Kanniah & Pramela Krish

11(2)

Using Videomail (Vmail) effectively in online intercultural exchanges

Eric Bray

11(2)

2009

CALL and the "$100 laptop"

John P. Madden

11(1)

Using Internet-based language testing capacity to the private sector

Jesus Garcia Laborda

11(1)

Teachers' views of their involvement in an online community of practice project

Thang Siew Ming, Hazita Azman, Radha Nambiar, Lee Kean Wah, Yuen Chee Keong & Leila Bidmeshki

11(1)

Task-based learning in the computer-mediated communicative ESL/EFL classroom

Bryan Smith

11(1)

Intra-program email exchanges

Patrick Foss & Kurtis McDonald

10(2)

Teaching EFL to the iGeneration: A survey of using YouTube as supplementary material with college EFL students in Taiwan

Brent Kelsen

10(2)

2008

Mobile mazes: Investigating a mobile phone game for language learning

Richard Watson Todd & Saowaluck Tepsuriwong

10(1)

Electronic literacy, reading skills and non-native speakers: Issues for EAP

Huw Jarvis & Lukasz Pastuszka

10(1)

A unique opportunity for communication: An intercultural email exchange between Japanese and Thai students

Matthew J. Rooks

10(1)

Learning to learn languages with ICT - But How?

Alex Boulton, Anne Chateau, Myriam Pereiro & Radia Azzam-Hannachi

9(2)

Designing an e-learning ESP course: Possibilities and challenges

Dhieb-Henia

9(2)

Comparing EFL learners' reading comprehension between hypertext and printed text

Min-chen Tseng

9(2)

Learner perceptions of interactive whiteboards in EFL classrooms

Michael Orr

9(2)

2007

Textual features of intercultural Internet chat between learners of Japanese and English

Sarah E. Pasfield-Neofitou

9(1)

From Fulcher to PLEVALEX: Issues in interface design validity and reliability in Internet based language testing

Jesus Garcia Laborda

9(1)

Computer-assisted language use: An Internet survey

Richard Watson Todd

9(1)

Teaching vocabulary to EFL college students online

Reima Al-Jarf

8(2)

EFL teachers' perceptions and perspectives on Internet-assisted language teaching

Hee-Jae Shin &
Jeong-Bae Son

8(2)

Multimedia technology: Teachers' knowledge and attitudes

Joseph Ramanair & Gerald Uyu Sagat

8(2)

Innovation in self-access: Three case studies

Noemi Lazaro & Hayo Reinders

8(2)

Integrating intercultural email communication and the TV news in the foreign language classroom

Mariolina Pais Marden

8(2)

A rationale for introducing a Wiki and a Blog in a blended-learning context

Vida Zorko

8(2)

2006

Tutoring translation skills: Reflections on a computer-managed teaching-learning-research triangle

Brian McCarthy

7(2)

Text-to-speech technology: What does it offer to foreign language learners?

Ferit Kilickaya

7(2)

Evaluating Malaysian science and technology undergraduates' reactions towards an online ESP course

Thang Siew Ming & Leila Bidmeshki

7(2)

Supporting language learning from a computer game

Somsong Suparp, Richard Watson Todd & Pornapit Darasawang

7(2)

2005

Developing an effective TEFL course with WebCT

Nazmi Abdul-Salam Al-Masri

7(1)

The effects of verbal and spatial abilities on reading comprehension task performance in multimedia environments with respect to individual differences among learners

Khalid Al-Seghayer

7(1)

An analysis of the effectiveness of an in-house CALL software package for the learning and teaching of Kanji (Japanese characters) and the development of autonomous language learning skills

Debbie Corder & Grant Waller

7(1)

Keypal friendships and their influences on learner development

Marlen Harrison & Katherine Kitao

7(1)

Basic steps for developing English language Web-based tutorials

Zuwati Hasim

7(1)

Removing e-Wrinkles: An extreme inter-facelift for an elderly HyperCard servant

Brian McCarthy

6(2)

Developing Sakura - an interactive website for Japanese language learners

Takako Tomoda

6(2)

2004

Development and evaluation of an ESL Web site on learning-to-learn English

Mohamed A. Embi

6(1)

Does online machine translation spell the end of take-home translation assignments?

Brian McCarthy

6(1)

Logging: The dark art of tracking and interpreting interaction with Hypermedia CALL materials

Eddy Moran

6(1)

Access to knowledge: Implications of universal design for CALL environments

Joy L. Egbert

5(2)

Wolfram classes/language classes revisited

Stephen Shucart

5(2)

Collaborative interaction in EFL Web-based debates: How do learners develop socially constructed knowledge?

Teruo Fujiike

5(2)

2003

Cognitive skills in translating: Creating a Web-based learning activity

Brian McCarthy

5(1)

Perceptions of technology and manifestations of language learner autonomy

Karen Bordonaro

5(1)

Investment and returns in CALL development

Brian McCarthy

4(2)

Slideshow dialogues for junior secondary French language classes

Paul C. Newhouse

4(2)

2002

Practices, beliefs and perceptions of Japanese EFL self-access learners toward Internet-based language learning

Mayumi Hoshi

4(1)

Setting up a course in ICT for language teachers: Some essential considerations

Jeannette Littlemore

4(1)

Resisting obsolescence in CALL

Brian McCarthy

3(2)

Perceptions of anonymity in a language learning text chat room

Karen Bond

3(2)

A framework for successful key-pal programs in language learning

Shiao-Chuan Kung

3(2)

Corpus-based computational linguistics: A practical investigation of the procedures involved in the selection, study and exploitation of a relevant corpus

Sean Maddalena

3(2)

2001

CALL and the teacher's role in promoting learner autonomy

Jeremy Jones

3(1)

The use of collaborative Web page-design projects for teaching EFL with a focus on Japanese university students

Iain Davey

3(1)

The cross-cultural effects of electronic mail exchange on the Turkish university students of English as a foreign language

Asim Sakar

3(1)

In search of a truly global network: The opportunities and challenges of on-line intercultural communication

Robert O'Dowd

3(1)

It needn't be CALL-or-nothing: A case of computers as partners not managers in a multimedia teaching kit

Brian McCarthy

2(2)

Exercise of learner autonomy in project-oriented CALL

Etsuko Toyoda

2(2)

A guide to on-line resources for language teachers

Michael D. Depoe

2(2)

2000

Web-based ESL courses: A search for industry standards

Mike Smith & Urai Salam

2(1)

Web-based second language grammar development: Researching the options

Cristina Poyatos Matas & Gary Birch

1(3)

Harnessing CyberFrench for specific purposes

Brian McCarthy

1(3)

1999

CALL and teacher education: Issues in course design

Marcia Johnson

1(2)

Integration: The sine qua non of CALL

Brian McCarthy

1(2)

Integrating TransIt-TIGER French into the second year language curriculum

Nicole Fayard

1(1)

Learning Chinese characters through multimedia

Yuping Wang

1(1)

Using the varieties of French CD-ROM: The student's perspective

Jack Burston & Monique Burston

1(1)


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