Language Learning: Critical Concepts in
Edited by Philip Hubbard
Support site for the four-volume set of selected key articles in CALL, published by Routledge in the Critical Concepts in Linguistics series.
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Computer Assisted Language Learning: Critical Concepts in Linguistics is a four-volume set of key articles and book excerpts from the field of CALL originally published in the years 1988-2007. As with other sets in the Critical Concepts in Linguistics series under the general editorship of Carlos P. Otero, Computer Assisted Language Learning is intended to give a relatively comprehensive overview of the wide range of leading ideas and research results that have exerted an influence on the development of this field or that show promise in doing so in the future. The 74 articles in the set are distributed across four volumes and over 1800 pages. Computer Assisted Language Learning is available only in print and is primarily intended for libraries.
I have created this website both to provide visibility for the set and to allow those who do not have access to the print version the opportunity to readily see what the contents are. The links include a listing of the editorial advisory board, who provided lists of candidates for inclusion in the set, a copy of my introductory chapter, and the tables of contents for the four volumes. All the original sources are listed in the contents, and when a free online version of an article is available, a link is provided.
|Hubbard, P. (Ed.) (2009). Computer Assisted Language Learning: Critical Concepts in Linguistics, Volumes I-IV. London & New York: Routledge.||
General Introduction: A 20-page overview of the field of CALL
Volume I: Foundations of CALL. Contents
Volume II: CALL and Language Skills. Contents
Volume III: Computer Mediated Communication in Language Learning. Contents
Volume IV: Present Trends and Future Directions in CALL. Contents
*Note: All links above are pdfs
Updated July 22, 2010, by Phil Hubbard