CALL Design: Principles and Practice - Proceedings of the 2014 EUROCALL Conference, Groningen, The Netherlands

Edited by Sake Jager, Linda Bradley, Estelle J. Meima, Sylvie Thouësny.

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DOI: 10.14705/rpnet.2014.9781908416209
Permalink: https://doi.org/10.14705/rpnet.2014.9781908416209
Publication date: 2014-12-14
Licence: CC BY-NC-ND 4.0

CALL Design: Principles and Practice - Proceedings of the 2014 EUROCALL Conference, Groningen, The Netherlands

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The 2014 EUROCALL Conference was held from the 20th to the 23rd of August at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands. In 2014, this second oldest university of the Netherlands celebrated its 400th anniversary, using the motto “For Infinity – 4∞” to underline its ambitions to work for and on the future of education, research and society in The Netherlands and beyond. The 2014 EUROCALL Conference was a good occasion for sharing these ambitions with colleagues from all over the world.

Sake Jager, Estelle J. Meima, Marjolijn Verspoor (Foreword)

Table of contents

Foreword
Jager, Sake; Meima, Estelle J.; Verspoor, Marjolijn.
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p. x
Conference Committees
Jager, Sake; Bradley, Linda; Meima, Estelle J.; Thouësny, Sylvie.
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p. xii
Wiki-based collaborative writing activities in EFL classrooms: Exploring teachers’ intervention in the collaborative process
Alghasab, Maha.
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p. 1
Diagnostic CALL tool for Arabic learners
Alsabaan, Majed; Ramsay, Allan.
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p. 6
SpeakApps 2: Speaking practice in a foreign language through ICT tools
Appel, Christine; Nic Giolla Mhichíl, Mairéad; Jager, Sake; Prizel-Kania, Adriana.
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p. 12
The use of a wiki at a college in Hungary as a tool to enhance personal learning
Asztalos, Réka.
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p. 18
Is ICT really essential for learning? Perceptions and uses of ICTs for language acquisition in secondary level environments
Benini, Silvia.
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p. 23
The effects and functions of speaker status in CALL-oriented communities
Buendgens-Kosten, Judith.
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p. 29
SNS for learners at beginner level: An alternative use of FB
Carpi, Tiziana.
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p. 35
Preliminary conclusions after the design and implementation of mobile learning apps for professionals
Castrillo, María Dolores; Bárcena, Elena; Pareja-Lora, Antonio.
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p. 40
A case study on English language learners’ task-based interaction and avatar identities in Second Life: A mixed-methods design
Chen, Julian ChengChiang.
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p. 47
Fostering collaboration in CALL: Benefits and challenges of using virtual language resource centres
Cuesta Medina, Liliana; Alvarez, Claudia Patricia.
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p. 52
Tableaux vivants as vehicles for cultural exchange
Dias, Joseph V.
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p. 59
Designing a task based curriculum for intensive language training
Elshoff, Joost.
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p. 65
Integrating CALL in ESOL classrooms: Understanding teachers' perspectives and meeting students' needs
Farshad Nia, Sara; Davey, Ronnie.
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p. 72
Digital literacy and netiquette: Awareness and perception in EFL learning context
Farshad Nia, Sara; Marandi, Susan.
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p. 77
A context-aware solution in mobile language learning
Fatahipour, Majid; Ghaseminajm, Mahnaz.
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p. 83
Investigating an open methodology for designing domain-specific language collections
Fitzgerald, Alannah; Wu, Shaoqun; Barge, Martin.
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p. 88
Effects of online translation on morphosyntactic and lexical-pragmatic accuracy in essay writing in Spanish as a foreign language
Fredholm, Kent.
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p. 96
Encouraging self-directed group learning through an e-portfolio system
Fukuda, Eri; Suzuki, Mitsuko; Hashimoto, Shinichi; Okazaki, Hironobu.
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p. 102
Supporting content and language integrated learning through technology
Gimeno-Sanz, Ana; Ó Dónaill, Caoimhín; Andersen, Kent.
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p. 107
Learning strategies and motivation among procrastinators of various English proficiency levels
Goda, Yoshiko; Yamada, Masanori; Matsuda, Takeshi; Kato, Hiroshi; Saito, Yutaka; Miyagawa, Hiroyuki.
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p. 113
Evaluation of a web conferencing tool and collaborative tasks in an online Chinese course
Guo, Sijia.
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p. 119
A follow-up study of the Facebook project for Japanese university students: Has it been enhancing student interaction, learner autonomy, and English learning?
Hamada, Mayumi.
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p. 127
Linking CALL and SLA: Using the IRIS database to locate research instruments
Handley, Zöe; Marsden, Emma.
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p. 134
Underspecification-based grammatical feedback generation tailored to the learner’s current acquisition level in an e-learning system for German as second language
Harbusch, Karin; Cameran, Christel-Joy; Härtel, Johannes.
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p. 140
Task design for intercultural telecollaboration in secondary schools: Insights from the EU project TILA
Hoffstaedter, Petra; Kohn, Kurt.
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p. 146
Challenges and opportunities for business communication: A Facebook approach conundrum
Huang, Chung-Kai; Lin, Chun-Yu; Villarreal, Daniel Steve.
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p. 151
Contextual language learning: Educational potential and use of social networking technology in higher education
Huang, Chung-Kai; Lin, Chun-Yu; Villarreal, Daniel Steve.
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p. 158
EFL learners’ perceived use of conversation maintenance strategies during synchronous computer-mediated communication with native English speakers
Ino, Atsushi.
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p. 165
Medical students’ perceptions of using mobile phones for their English study
Iwata, Jun; Tamaki, Yuko; Shudong, Wang; Telloyan, John; Ajiki, Yuri; Clayton, John.
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p. 172
An intelligent tutoring system for learning Chinese with a cognitive model of the learner
Kosek, Michał; Lison, Pierre.
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p. 179
Language learning 2.0 – international collaboration made easy
Kotikoski, Tuula-Harriet; Doshi, Natasha.
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p. 185
Guiding learners to near native fluency in English through an adaptive programme of activities which includes phoneme and prosody analysis
Lawson, Alistair; Attridge, Ann; Lapok, Paul.
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p. 191
Corpus-based learning of Cantonese for Mandarin speakers
Lee, John; Wong, Tak-Sum.
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p. 196
Collaborative enquiry through the tabletop for second/foreign language learners
Lin, Mei; Preston, Anne; Kharrufa, Ahmed; Kong, Zhuoran.
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p. 202
PETALL: A European project on technology-mediated TBLT
Lopes, António.
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p. 209
Effects of summary writing on oral proficiency performance within a computer-based test for integrated listening-speaking tasks
Lu, Zhihong; Wang, Yanfei.
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p. 214
Telecollaborative desktop-videoconferencing exchange: The case of Mark
Martin, Véronique.
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p. 220
Seamless integration of desktop and mobile learning experience through an ontology-based adaptation engine: Report of a pilot-project
Mercurio, Marco; Torre, Ilaria; Torsani, Simone.
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p. 225
Partial and synchronized captioning: A new tool for second language listening development
Mirzaei, Maryam Sadat; Akita, Yuya; Kawahara, Tatsuya.
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p. 230
Modelling typical online language learning activity
Montoro, Carlos; Hampel, Regine; Stickler, Ursula.
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p. 237
The Euroversity Good Practice Framework (EGPF) and its application to minority languages and elder learners
Motteram, Gary; Koenraad, Ton; Outakoski, Hanna; Jauregi, Kristi; Molka-Danielsen, Judith; Schneider, Christel.
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p. 241
Authentic oral language production and interaction in CALL: An evolving conceptual framework for the use of learning analytics within the SpeakApps project
Nic Giolla Mhichíl, Mairéad; Van Engen, Jeroen; Ó Ciardúbháin, Colm; Ó Cléircín, Gearóid; Appel, Christine.
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p. 248
Language learning in virtual worlds: Designing for languaging, the role of affordances
Nocchi, Susanna.
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p. 255
Creating tasks in a less-commonly taught language for an open educational resource: Why the CEFR is important for Irish
Ó Ciardúbháin, Colm; Nic Giolla Mhichíl, Mairéad.
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p. 261
Impact of a blended environment with m-learning on EFL skills
Obari, Hiroyuki; Lambacher, Stephen.
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p. 267
The LMS development for a blended EFL e-learning
Okada, Takeshi; Sakamoto, Yasunobu; Sugiura, Kensuke.
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p. 273
Development of an automatic judging system for determining the difficulty levels of English audio materials
Okazaki, Hironobu; Watanabe, Kanji; Hashimoto, Shinichi; Suzuki, Mitsuko; Fukuda, Eri; Kido, Kazuhiko.
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p. 278
Patterns and effectiveness of mobile device usage by Japanese undergraduates for L2 acquisition purposes
Pagel, James W.; Lambacher, Stephen G.
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p. 284
L2 immersion in 3D Virtual Worlds: The next thing to being there?
Paillat, Edith.
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p. 290
ICT in EFL: The global effect of new technologies in the language classroom
Papadima-Sophocleous, Salomi; Giannikas, Christina Nicole; Kakoulli-Constantinou, Elis.
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p. 296
Are we there yet? Normalising CALL in the context of primary languages in England
Pazio, Monika.
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p. 301
Peer assessment in the classroom using mobile devices
Pellowe, William; Holster, Trevor; Lake, J.
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p. 307
Innovative training of oral communication: Berlin Kompass
Pihkala-Posti, Laura.
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p. 312
Getting off the straight and narrow: Exploiting non-linear, interactive narrative structures in digital stories for language teaching
Prosser, Andrew.
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p. 318
The 7 Keys of the Dragon: An e-learning game-like environment for Albanian and Russian
Revithiadou, Anthi; Kourtis-Kazoullis, Vasilia; Soukalopoulou, Maria; Konstantoudakis, Konstantinos; Zarras, Christos; Pelesoglou, Nestoras.
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p. 324
Mobile purposive-extensive-podcast-listening versus mobile self-regulated-podcast-development: A critical framework for designing foreign language listening
Şendağ, Serkan; Caner, Mustafa; Kafes, Hüseyin.
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p. 329
Learning by doing: A city trip combining TBLLT, blended learning and social media
Stevens, Leen; Grisez, Viviane.
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p. 334
Student engagement in learning vocabulary with CALL
Stroud, Robert.
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p. 340
A quantitative and qualitative evaluation of student participants’ contribution to carrying out an online international collaborative project on education
Suzuki, Chizuko; Ishida, Kenichi; Yoshihara, Shota; Schultheis, Klaudia; Riedhammer, Barbara.
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p. 345
Bring your own device to language class – applying handheld devices in classroom learning
Talmo, Tord; Einum, Even; Støckert, Robin.
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p. 352
Online Estonian language learning
Teral, Maarika; Rammo, Sirje.
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p. 358
Discovering English with the Sketch Engine
Thomas, James.
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p. 363
Applying dynamic assessment principles to online peer revisions in written English for specific purposes
Thouësny, Sylvie; Bradley, Linda.
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p. 368
Mobile voting tools for creating collaboration environment and a new educational design of the university lecture
Titova, Svetlana.
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p. 374
Investigating EFL teachers’ technological pedagogical content knowledge: Students’ perceptions
Tseng, Jun-Jie.
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p. 379
Using iPads to help teens design their own activities
Underwood, Joshua.
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p. 385
MALL in the wild: Learners’ designs for scaffolding vocabulary learning trajectories
Underwood, Joshua; Luckin, Rosemary; Winters, Niall.
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p. 391
Social networking: Developing intercultural competence and fostering autonomous learning
Vurdien, Ruby.
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p. 398
Context-aware writing support for SNS: Connecting formal and informal learning
Waragai, Ikumi; Kurabayashi, Shuichi; Ohta, Tatsuya; Raindl, Marco; Kiyoki, Yasushi; Tokuda, Hideyuki.
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p. 403
‘Sizing up’ the online course: Adapting learning designs to meet growing participant numbers
Watson, Julie.
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p. 408
Instructional interaction development and its effects in online foreign language learning
Zhao, Rong.
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p. 413
Author Index
Jager, Sake; Bradley, Linda; Meima, Estelle J.; Thouësny, Sylvie.
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Jager, Sake; Bradley, Linda; Meima, Estelle J.; Thouësny, Sylvie. (Eds). (2014). CALL Design: Principles and Practice - Proceedings of the 2014 EUROCALL Conference, Groningen, The Netherlands. Dublin Ireland: Research-publishing.net. https://doi.org/10.14705/rpnet.2014.9781908416209

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