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"Language and Technology" ARAL, Vol. 27

Volume 27 (2007; published 2008) of the Annual Review of Applied Linguistics (Cambridge UP) covers a wide range of issues related to teaching and learning (second or foreign) languages using computer-mediated communication technologies.

Here's the table of contents. Happy reading.

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AUDIENCE, AUTHORSHIP, AND ARTIFACT: THE EMERGENT SEMIOTICS OF WEB 2.0
Mark Warschauer and Douglas Grimes
pp. 1-23

USING ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING AS A RESOURCE FOR INCREASING EMPIRICAL AND INTERPRETIVE ACCOUNTABILITY IN CONVERSATION ANALYSIS
Numa Markee and Jon Stansell
pp. 24-44
     
THE ROLE OF COMPUTER MEDIATION IN THE INSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF L2 PRAGMATIC COMPETENCE
Julie A. Belz
pp. 45-75
     
NEW TRENDS IN USING TECHNOLOGY IN THE LANGUAGE CURRICULUM
Robert J. Blake
pp. 76-97
     
TECHNOLOGY AND SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
Carol A. Chapelle
pp. 98-114   
     
ASSESSING LANGUAGE USING COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
Dan Douglas and Volker Hegelheimer
pp. 115-132
     
LANGUAGE AND LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN COMPUTER-MEDIATED CONTEXTS AND COMMUNITIES
Steven L. Thorne and Rebecca W. Black
pp. 133-160
     
PLAGIARISM AND SECOND LANGUAGE WRITING IN AN ELECTRONIC AGE
John Flowerdew and Yongyan Li
pp. 161-183

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING AND RESEARCHING PRONUNCIATION
John Levis
pp. 184-202
     
WHY THE TAIL WAGS THE DOG: THE PERNICIOUS INFLUENCE OF PRODUCT-ORIENTED DISCOURSE ON THE PROVISION OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT
James P. Witte
pp. 203-215

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