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Vol 27, No 3 (2010)

Table of Contents


Introduction to the Special Issue: Essays in Memory of James Pusack PDF
Ruth H. Sanders 433-434
Decades of CALL Development: A Retrospective of the Work of James Pusack and Sue Otto PDF
Sue E. K. Otto 435-442
Developing an Intelligent Language Tutor PDF
Trude Heift 443-459
Some Design Issues for an Online Japanese Textbook PDF
Noriko Nagata 460-476
Electronic Literary Texts: A Survey of Tools and some Strategies for Developers PDF
Lathrop P. Johnson 477-490
Usability Tests in CALL Development: Pilot Studies in the Context of the Dire autrement and Francotoile Projects PDF
Marie-Josée Hamel , Catherine Caws 491-504
Born in Zanzibar, Computerized in Provo, Utah: A Systematic Instructional Design Approach for Swahili CALL PDF
Michael D. Bush 505-516
Virtual Vocabulary: Research and Learning in Lexical Processing PDF
Ulf Schuetze , Gerlinde Weimer-Stuckmann 517-528
Materials Development in Three Italian CALL Projects: Seeking an Optimal Mix Between In-Class and Out-Of-Class Learning PDF
Mike Levy , Claire Kennedy 529-539
Developing Spanish Online Readings Using Design-Based Research PDF
Cristina Pardo-Ballester , Julio César Rodríguez 540-553
Going in Cycles: Courseware and Material Development for Written Communication PDF
Mathias Schulze , Grit Liebscher 554-563
Looking Back--A Lesson Learned: From Videotape to Digital Media PDF
Franziska Lys 564-575
Bridging CALL & HCI: Input from Participatory Design PDF
Monica S. Cardenas-Claros , Paul A. Gruba 576-591
From the Cotton Fields to the Ties That Bind: Jim Pusack's Enduring Impact on Today's CALL Development PDF
Linda C. Jones 592-598

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