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Language-Learner Computer Interactions : Theory, Methodology and CALL Applications / edited by Catherine Caws and Marie-Josée Hamel.

Contributor(s): Caws, Catherine | Hamel, Marie-Josée | University of Victoria | University of Ottawa.
Series: Language Studies, Science and Engineering (LSSE). Publisher: Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2016Edition: 1st ed.Description: xv, 257 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9789027257512 (hbk).ISSN: 2210-7029.Subject(s): Language and languages -- Computer-assisted instruction | Second language learning -- Computer-assisted instruction | Language and languages -- Study and teaching -- Computer network resources | Tendances et enjeux de la recherche en apprentissage des langues assisté par ordinateur BIL 5504Additional physical formats: Online version:: Language-learner computer interactionsOnline resources: Publisher's Website. | Check the uOttawa Library catalogue.
Contents:
Contributor biographies
CONTENTS:
Chapter 1: Cutting-edge theories and techniques for LCI in the context of CALL / Catherine Caws and Marie-Josée Hamel
Part I. Frameworks guiding the research
Chapter 2: CALL ergonomics revisited / Catherine Caws and Marie-Josée Hamel
Chapter 3: The theory of affordances / Françoise Blin
Chapter 4: CALL theory: Complex adaptive systems / Mathias Schulze and Kyle Scholz
Chapter 5: CALL design and research: Taking a micro and macro view / Mike Levy and Catherine Caws
Part II: Data and elicitation technologies and techniques
Chapter 6: Learner personas and the effects of instructional scaffolding on working behaviour and linguistic performance / Trude Heift
Chapter 7: Video screen capture to document and scaffold the L2 writing process / Marie-Josée Hamel and Jérémie Séror
Chapter 8: Using eye-tracking technology to explore online learner interactions / Ursula Stickler, Bryan Smith and Lijing Shi
Chapter 9: Analysing multimodal resources in pedagogical online exchanges: Methodological issues and challenges / Cathy Cohen and Nicolas Guichon
Chapter 10: A scientific methodology for researching CALL interaction data: Multimodal Learning and Teaching Corpora / Thierry Chanier and Ciara R. Wigham
Afterword
Engineering conditions of possibility in technology-enhanced language learning / Steven L. Thorne
Author index
Subject index
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Vol. 2 in the Language Studies, Science and Engineering (LSSE) series.

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Contributor biographies

CONTENTS:

Chapter 1: Cutting-edge theories and techniques for LCI in the context of CALL / Catherine Caws and Marie-Josée Hamel

Part I. Frameworks guiding the research

Chapter 2: CALL ergonomics revisited / Catherine Caws and Marie-Josée Hamel

Chapter 3: The theory of affordances / Françoise Blin

Chapter 4: CALL theory: Complex adaptive systems / Mathias Schulze and Kyle Scholz

Chapter 5: CALL design and research: Taking a micro and macro view / Mike Levy and Catherine Caws

Part II: Data and elicitation technologies and techniques

Chapter 6: Learner personas and the effects of instructional scaffolding on working behaviour and linguistic performance / Trude Heift

Chapter 7: Video screen capture to document and scaffold the L2 writing process / Marie-Josée Hamel and Jérémie Séror

Chapter 8: Using eye-tracking technology to explore online learner interactions / Ursula Stickler, Bryan Smith and Lijing Shi

Chapter 9: Analysing multimodal resources in pedagogical online exchanges: Methodological issues and challenges / Cathy Cohen and Nicolas Guichon

Chapter 10: A scientific methodology for researching CALL interaction data: Multimodal Learning and Teaching Corpora / Thierry Chanier and Ciara R. Wigham

Afterword

Engineering conditions of possibility in technology-enhanced language learning / Steven L. Thorne

Author index

Subject index

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