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Journal Title: ReCALL
Volume/Issue:   22 / 1
Date: 2010
Table of Contents: Differences that make the difference: a study of functionalities in synchronous CMC
by Marie-Madeleine Kenning
pp 3-19

A social and self-reflective approach to MALL
by Cristina Ros i Solé, Jelena Calic, Daisy Neijmann
pp 39-52

EFL students’ vocabulary learning in NS-NNS e-mail interactions: Do they learn new words by imitation?
by Akihiko Sasaki, Osamu Takeuchi
pp 70-82

CALL teacher education as an impetus for L2 teachers in integrating technology
by Kwang Hee Hong
pp 53-69

The effects of task type in Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication
by Yucel Yilmaz, Gisela Granena
pp 20-38

Utilizing lexical data from a Web-derived corpus to expand productive collocation knowledge
by Shaoqun Wu, Ian H. Witten, Margaret Franken
pp 83-102

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Pragmatics
Subject Language(s): English
Icelandic
Croatian
Serbian
 
LL Issue: 21.686