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Journal Title: ReCALL
Volume/Issue:   19/3
Table of Contents: Integrating learner corpora and natural language processing: A crucial step towards reconciling technological sophistication and pedagogical effectiveness
by Sylviane Granger, Olivier Kraif, Claude Ponton, Georges Antoniadis, Virginie Zampa
pp 252-268

Enhancing a process-oriented approach to literacy and language learning: The role of corpus consultation literacy
by Íde O'Sullivan
pp 269-286

Concgramming: A computer driven approach to learning the phraseology of English
by Chris Greaves, Martin Warren
pp 287-306

Integrating corpus work into secondary education: From data-driven learning to needs-driven corpora
by Sabine Braun
pp 307-328

Learning English grammar with a corpus: Experimenting with concordancing in a university grammar course
by Maria Estling Vannestål, Hans Lindquist
pp 329-350

Enriching language learning through a multimedia corpus
by Katherine Ackerley, Francesca Coccetta
pp 351-370

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
 
LL Issue: 18.2694