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Xu, Cuiqin; Ding, Yanren – Language Learning & Technology, 2014
The advance of computer input log and screen-recording programs over the last two decades has greatly facilitated research into the writing process in real time. Using Inputlog 4.0 and Camtasia 6.0 to record the writing process of 24 Chinese EFL writers in an argumentative task, this study explored L2 writers' pausing patterns in computer-assisted…
Descriptors: Writing Processes, Computer Assisted Instruction, Writing Assignments, Persuasive Discourse
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Park, Jaehan; Yang, Jaeseok; Hsieh, Yi Chin – Language Learning & Technology, 2014
With the growing prevalence of Web 2.0 technologies and use of online resources in their classrooms, language learners have increasing exposure to online texts. In this study we attempted to understand how university level second language (L2) readers construct meaning when reading online. We investigated L2 readers' information-seeking strategies…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Reading Comprehension, Reading Processes, Web 2.0 Technologies
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Klimanova, Liudmila; Dembovskaya, Svetlana – Language Learning & Technology, 2013
As the integration of Internet-based social networking tools becomes increasingly popular in foreign language classrooms, the use of modern communication technologies is particularly critical in the context of less commonly taught languages (LCTLs), where student exposure to the target language and its speakers is usually minimal. This paper…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Native Speakers, English (Second Language), Discourse Analysis
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Ranalli, Jim – Language Learning & Technology, 2013
This paper explores the feasibility of an automated, online form of L2 strategy instruction (SI) as an alternative to conventional, classroom-based forms that rely primarily on teachers. Feasibility was evaluated by studying the effectiveness, both actual and perceived, of a five-week, online SI course designed to teach web-based dictionary skills…
Descriptors: Dictionaries, Internet, Feedback (Response), English (Second Language)
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Preuss, Cara; Morway, Carolyn – Language Learning & Technology, 2012
This paper explores university student access to and use of technology in Azerbaijan in the context of hegemony in computer-assisted language learning (CALL). Due to perceptions of a lack of technology access in the university context, the instructors in this study did not initially pursue a CALL agenda. Based on data sources that included a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Technology, Internet, Computer Assisted Instruction
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Yang, Yu-Feng – Language Learning & Technology, 2011
This qualitative study aims to understand how English learners interpret shared space in an online multilateral English blogging context and how their interpretations of shared space contribute to their multilateral exchange experience. Twenty-four Asian learners of English from two different universities--one in Japan and one in…
Descriptors: Assignments, Web Sites, Electronic Publishing, Second Language Learning
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Pasfield-Neofitou, Sarah – Language Learning & Technology, 2011
This paper examines the use of CMC in both Japanese and English dominated "domains" by Australian learners of Japanese. The natural, social online communication of 12 Australian university students with 18 of their Japanese contacts was collected for a period of up to four years, resulting in a corpus of approximately 2,000 instances of…
Descriptors: Web Sites, Electronic Mail, Electronic Publishing, Internet
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Park, Kwanghyun; Kinginger, Celeste – Language Learning & Technology, 2010
The advance of digital video technology in the past two decades facilitates empirical investigation of learning in real time. The focus of this paper is the combined use of real-time digital video and a networked linguistic corpus for exploring the ways in which these technologies enhance our capability to investigate the cognitive process of…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Learning Processes, Computational Linguistics, Video Technology