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Wed Feb 10 2010

Calls: Applied Ling/Lang Acq/Language Learning & Technology (Jrnl)

Editor for this issue: Hannah Morales <hannahlinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Hayo Reinders, Language Learning & Technology

Message 1: Language Learning & Technology
Date: 06-Feb-2010
From: Hayo Reinders <hayoinnovationinteaching.org>
Subject: Language Learning & Technology
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Full Title: Language Learning & Technology


Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics;Language Acquisition

Call Deadline: 20-Mar-2010

Announcing a Call for Papers for a Special Issue of Language Learning &
Technology (http://llt.msu.edu)

Theme: Learner Autonomy and New Learning Environments

Guest Editors: Hayo Reinders and Cynthia White

This special issue of Language Learning & Technology will focus on the
relationship between technology and learner autonomy. The affordances and
constraints offered by new learning environments, whether in mobile,
immersive, distance, or other forms of learning, often place greater, and
in many cases different, demands on learners' ability to manage their own
learning. At the same time, they can also offer greater potential to
support learners in the learning process. We are inviting submission for
papers that explore these affordances and constraints and the development
of autonomy. Papers should be grounded in a theoretical framework that
formulates research hypotheses and then seeks to confirm or disconfirm them
by following an appropriate research methodology
(http://llt.msu.edu/resguide.html).


Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:

- Metacognitive demands of new learning environments

- New ways of using technology to foster autonomy

- Technology and social aspects of autonomy, e.g., social networking

- Effects and outcomes of technology use in relation to learner autonomy

- Sociocultural inquiry into autonomy-related aspects of learning through
technology

- Technology and the measurement of autonomy

Please send an email of intent with a 500-word abstract by March 20, 2010
to llt-editorshawaii.edu.

Publication timeline:

- March 20, 2010: Submission deadline for abstracts

- April 15, 2010: Invitation to authors to submit a manuscript

- September 3, 2010: Submission deadline for manuscripts

- October 3, 2011: Publication of special issue


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