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Thu Feb 3 2000

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Message 1: Language Learning & Technology, Vol 3:2

Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2000 13:18:30 -1000
From: Language Learning & Technology <llthawaii.edu>
Subject: Language Learning & Technology, Vol 3:2

We are happy to announce that Volume 3, Number 2 of Language Learning
& Technology is now available at http://llt.msu.edu (please note our
new URL!). This is a Special Issue on "The Role of Computer Technology
in Second Language Acquisition Research" which was guest edited by
Dorothy Chun. The contents are listed below.

Please visit the LLT web site and be sure to enter your free
subscription if you have not already done so. Also, we welcome your
submissions of articles, reviews, and commentaries for future issues.
Check our guidelines for submission at http://llt.msu.edu/contrib.html

***Feature Articles***

1. The use of computer technology in experimental studies of second 
language acquisition: A survey of some techniques and some ongoing 
studies
by Jan H. Hulstijn

2. Insights into the construction of grammatical knowledge provided 
by user-behavior tracking technologies
by Joseph Collentine

3. What lexical information do L2 learners select in a CALL 
dictionary and how does it affect word retention?
by Batia Laufer & Monica Hill

4. Web-based elicitation tasks in SLA research
by Dalila Ayoun

***Columns***

Introducing this Issue
by Mark Warschauer and Irene Thompson

>From the Guest Editor
by Dorothy Chun

On the Net
Cooperative Learning Activities for the Foreign Language Classroom
by Jean W. LeLoup & Robert Ponterio

Emerging Technologies
Speech Technologies for Language Learning
by Bob Godwin-Jones

News from Sponsoring Organizations

***Reviews***

Learner English on Computer
by Sylviane Granger (Ed.)
Reviewed by Michael Barlow

Media, Multimedia, Omnimedia: Selected Papers From the CETaLL 
Symposium on the Occasion of the 11th AILA World Congress in 
Jyv�skyl� (Finland) and the Vth Man and the Media Symposium in Nancy 
(France)
by Gabrielle Hogan-Brun & Udo Jung (Eds.)
Reviewed by Gerhard Wazel

Reading German
by J�rg Roche
Reviewed by Heidi Byrnes

Implementing LIBRA for the design of experimental research in Second 
Language Acquisition
by Robert Fischer
Reviewed by Cristina Sanz

***Call for Papers***

Theme: Using Corpora in Language Teaching and Learning
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