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Journal Title: Annual Review of Applied Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   27/1
Date: 2008
Table of Contents: Audience, Authorship, and Artifact: The emergent semiotics of Web 2.0
by Mark Warschauer, Douglas Grimes
pp 1-23

Assessing Language Using Computer Technology
by Dan Douglas, Volker Hegelheimer
pp 115-132

Language and Literacy Development in Computer-Mediated Contexts and Communities
by Steven L Thorne, Rebecca W. Black
pp 133-160

Plagiarism and Second Language Writing in an Electronic Age
by John Flowerdew, Yongyan Li
pp 161-183

Computer Technology in Teaching and Researching Pronunciation
by John M. Levis
pp 184-202

Why the Tail Wags the Dog: The pernicious influence of product-oriented discourse on the provision of educational technology support
by James P. Witte
pp 203-215

Using Electronic Publishing as a Resource for Increasing Empirical and Interpretive Accountability in Conversation Analysis
by Numa Markee, Jon Stansell
pp 24-44

The Role of Computer Mediation in the Instruction and Development of L2 Pragmatic Competence
by Julie A. Belz
pp 45-75

New Trends in Using Technology in the Language Curriculum
by Robert J. Blake
pp 76-97

Technology and Second Language Acquisition
by Carol A. Chapelle
pp 98-114

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Pragmatics
Language Acquisition
 
LL Issue: 19.1150