Language-learner computer interactions : theory, methodology and CALL applications / edited by Catherine Caws, Marie-Josée Hamel
- Language studies, science and engineering, 2210-7029 ; volume 2
- Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Cutting-edge theories and techniques for LCI in the context of CALL / Marie-Josee Hamel -- pt. I Frameworks guiding the research -- ch. 2 CALL ergonomics revisited / Marie-Josee Hamel -- ch. 3 The theory of affordances / Francoise Blin -- ch. 4 CALL theory: Complex adaptive systems / Kyle Scholz -- ch. 5 CALL design and research: Taking a micro and macro view / Catherine Caws -- pt. II Data and elicitation technologies and techniques -- ch. 6 Learner personas and the effects of instructional scaffolding on working behaviour and linguistic performance / Trude Heift -- ch. 7 Video screen capture to document and scaffold the L2 writing process / Jeremie Seror -- ch. 8 Using eye-tracking technology to explore online learner interactions / Lijing Shi -- ch. 9 Analysing multimodal resources in pedagogical online exchanges: Methodological issues and challenges / Nicolas Guichon -- ch. 10 A scientific methodology for researching CALL interaction data: Multimodal LEarning and TEaching Corpora / Ciara R. Wigham.
- 9789027257512 hardback alkaline paper
9027257515 hardback alkaline paper
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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