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Mon May 12 1997

Confs: Multimedia CALL conference

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  1. Peter White, Multimedia CALL conference - Exeter

Message 1: Multimedia CALL conference - Exeter

Date: Wed, 7 May 1997 09:35:00 +1000 (EST)
From: Peter White <peterwlingua.cltr.uq.oz.au>
Subject: Multimedia CALL conference - Exeter

I was requested to post this conference announcement. Apologies to
anyonewho gets it twice or more.

Peter White
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			CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT

UNIVERSITY OF EXETER

21-23 September 1997

Theory and Practice of MultiMedia CALL

PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME



AIST Gregory, Carnegie Mellon, USA
Adapting Human Tutorial Interventions for a Reading Tutor that Listens:
Using Continuous Speech Recognition in Interactive Educational Multimedia

BLAKE R J, UC Davis, USA
Nuevos destinos: a CD-ROM project for teaching Spanish

BRETT, Paul, University of Wolverhampton, UK Is Multimedia effective for
language learning?

BROADY Elspeth and BULL Susan, University of Brighton, UK One computer, two
students, two student models and a lot of discussion

BROWN Anne E and LEBLANC Doris, University of New Brunswick, Canada ELE!: A
Self-Access Programme for Listening and Reading in French

CABOT, Carmen, University of New South Wales, Australia BUSCA: An
integrated toolset for Spanish Foreign Language discovery

CHANIER, Thierry and SELVA Thierry, Laboratoire d'Informatique de Besancon,
France
Graphic representation of lexical networks in Alexia system

CHIQUITO Ana Beatriz, CECI, MIT, USA
Design and Use of a Multimedia Database for Spanish CALL

DAUGHERTY Jill, University of South Africa, Pretoria Multimedia and
teaching French

DEBSKI Dr Robert, University of Melbourne, Australia Social Computing as a
basis for goal-oriented foreign language learning

DODIGOVIC Marina, Macquarie University, Australia Multimedia and Natural
Language Processing

DOWLATSHAHI Shahrzad and GALINDO Laura, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de
Mexico Getting Closer to Mexico without Leaving the USA: Teaching Spanish
Using Interactive Videoconferencing

FERREIRA-CABRERA Anita and ATKINSON-ABUTRIDY John, University Tecnica
Federico Santa Maria, Valpariso, Chile
Using a Multimedia System for Improving the Teaching-Learning Process of Latin

FOX Matthew, HOLDER John and WEAVER Mike, Southampton Institute UK
Connecting with Directed Learning; perceptions and practice in multimedia
and internet-based language activities

GARRETT Nina, Connecticut College, USA
Using multimedia to build psycholingustic concepts

GIMENO-SANZ Ana, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain Developing
multimedia CALL materials for networking purposes.

GODBERT Elisabeth, Laboratoire d'Informatique, Marseille, France Multimedia
softwares for the rehabilitation of children with language diseases

GUYOMARD Marc, SIROUX Jacques, PERNICI, Dominique and ROYER Christophe,
ENSSAT, IRISA, France
A Speech Synthesis Application: To Learn French Spelling

HEWISON Richard, Edith Cowan University, Australia Using interactive
Multimedia in Workplace English Language and Literacy: Occupational Safety
and Health Training in the Building and Construction Industry in Western
Australia

HOLMES Glyn, University of Hull, UK
Multimedia CALL: An Evaluation

INMAN David, South Bank University, UK
A WWW authoring tool for language learners

JONES C P, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK Multimedia and Vocabulary
Learning: A Marriage Made in Heaven?

KAWASAKI Zenshiro, Toyama University, Japan Towards Automatic Question and
Answer Generation for Comprehension Testing

KENNING Marie Madeleine, University of East Anglia, UK Using parallel
concordances to develop a pedagogic grammar for advanced learners of French

KREINDLER Dr Isabelle, University of Haifa, Israel Designing feedback that
is hard to ignore: a boost from multimedia

LEVY Mike, University of Queensland, Australia A Design framework for
Multimedia Learning of Culture and Language Discourse for Overseas
Non-native Speakers of English

LIOU Hsien-Chin, Taiwan
Use of the World Wide Web and EFL learning

MAXWELL Nick, University of Bologna, Italy Rethinking Hypermedia for the
Creative Writer

MCNEILL Tony, School of Social and International Studies, Sunderland, UK
The Design and Authoring of Internet-based Study Materials in the
Humanities

PUGH Anthony, University of Durham, UK
Whither Internet and Intranet?

ROMAN-MENDOZA Esperanza, George Mason University, USA Adaptation of
video-based language learning materials for the WWW

RUHLMANN Fee, University of the West of England, UK Interactive
Multilingual Tutorials on CD-ROM: The Integration of Factual Knowledge with
Language Learning

SANO Tomoyuki and KURAHASHI Koichiro, Japan Basic Concepts of
Multimedia-Databased CALL and Implementation

SATO Kouichi, Japan
On-line Test System for Language Learning

SOBKOWIAK Wlodzimierz, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland Speech in EFL CALL

SON Jeong-Bae, Australia
Multimedia and reading in a foreign language context

THOMAS Herbert, South Africa
The Possibilities presented by multimedia for the proposed restructuring of
tertiary education in South Africa

TOPOL Pavel, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland An Intermedia Approach to CALL

TSUTSUI Michio, KATO Masashi and MOHR Bradley, University of Washington,
Seattle, USA
Closing the Gap between Practice Environments and Reality: An Interactive
Multimedia Program for Oral communication Training in Japanese

WAKABAYASHI Setsuko, Himeji Dokkyo University, Japan Multimedia-Databased
Interactive Practice for L2 Listening Comprehension

WRIGHT L M, University of Wales, Bangor, UK Listening after the event:
distance monitoring of audio CALL work
THEORY AND PRACTICE OF MULTIMEDIA CALL

21-23 SEPTEMBER 1997

REGISTRATION FORM



Name:
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Address:
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Inclusive: Conference fee, bed and breakfast 2 nights, ensuite facilities,
meals from Sunday dinner to Tuesday lunch, tea and coffee breaks 125 pounds
sterling.

Non residents: Conference fee, all meals as above excluding breakfast 80
pounds.

Bed and breakfast accommodation per person before or after the conference:
Single en-suite 19.00 pounds; Double en-suite 15.00 pounds per person



Please state any dietary requirements, e.g. vegetarian.


BOOKINGS AND PAYMENT TO BE RECEIVED BY 30 JUNE 1997

All payments to be made by cheque or bankers draft in pounds sterling made
payable to the University of Exeter. We are unable to accept credit card
payments.


Please return this form to:
Daphne Morton
Department of French
University of Exeter
Exeter EX4 4QH





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Keith Cameron

Professor of French and Renaissance Studies,

Editor of
 Computer Assisted Language Learning. An international Journal,
 (http://www.swets.nl/sps/journals/call.html)
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 (http://www.intellect-net.com/europa/index.htm)
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 (http://www.intellect-net.com/elm-bank)

Department of French, Queen's Building, The University, EXETER, EX4 4QH, G.B.

WWW (http://www.ex.ac.uk/french/)

Tel: 01392 264221 / + 44 1392 264221
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