NFLRC NetWork #3
Computer-Mediated Communication in Foreign Language Education: An Annotated Bibliography
Christopher Coski & Celeste Kinginger
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© 1996 Second Language Teaching & Curriculum Center
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This literature review is designed to be an online resource to aid teachers and researchers seeking information on computer technology and its applications in second language teaching. It consists primarily of journal article summaries, along with a limited number of book summaries. The works covered deal not only with technology in second language pedagogy, but also with a variety of relevant communications and linguistic concerns.
The summaries may be accessed either alphabetically by author, or else by subject heading. The subject headings contain types of media as well as pedagogical or communication issues. Each is listed below with a brief description.
This is a work in progress. Readers with comments or suggestions of other works to include in the bibliography are invited to contact Celeste Kinginger, sending either the reference or, preferably, a copy of the work itself.
Finally, it should be noted that this research was made possible by a grant from the IBM Total Quality Management Program of the University of Maryland, College Park, whoses assistance is gratefully acknowledged.
The contents of this publication were developed in part or whole under a grant from the Department of Education (CFDA 84.229). However, the contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and one should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.
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