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Vol 32, No 2 (2015)

Replication studies in CALL

Table of Contents


Replication and Evaluation in CALL PDF
Dawn Bikowski , Mathias Schulze i-v

Review Article

Quantitative considerations for improving replicability in CALL and applied linguistics PDF
Luke Plonsky 232-244


The more things change, the more they stay the same, or do they? Revisiting classroom interaction approaches and their effects on quantity and characteristics of language production PDF
Linda Carol Jones , Cheryl A. Murphy , Amalie Holland 245-272
Input and output grammar instruction in tutorial CALL with a complex grammatical structure PDF
Joseph Collentine , Karina Collentine 273-298
Engaging in mobile phone-based activities for learning vocabulary: An investigation in Japan and Taiwan PDF
Glenn Stockwell , Yi Chun Liu 299-322
Comprehending and learning from Internet sources: A conceptual replication study of Goldman, Braasch, Wiley, Greasser and Brodowinska (2012) PDF
Susanne Rott , Bianca Gavin 323-354

Book Reviews

Barcená, Elena, Timothy Read, and Jorge Arús (2014). Languages for Specific Purposes in the Digital Era PDF
Jesse Gleason 355-358

Learning Technology Reviews

Little Pim: A review of the French Teacher’s Kit PDF
Michele Lynn Regalla 359-369
HapYak Interactive Video PDF
Audra Hilterbran 370-379

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