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Sheridan, James – CALICO Journal, 1983
Considering the computer as a collaborator rather than a machine, it is encouraged that those in the humanities and the arts fields take advantage of the great potential that artificial intelligence can offer. Stresses that unless deliberately restricted, the computer is an inherently interdisciplinary medium, and capable of interacting with any…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Creative Activities, Error Analysis (Language), Humanities
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Daud, Nuraihan Mat – CALICO Journal, 1992
Problems that language teachers face in conducting English classes using computers are discussed. Based on case studies carried out in Malaysia, suggestions are offered on matters to include in teacher training. (four references) (Author/LB)
Descriptors: Case Studies, Classroom Techniques, Computer Assisted Instruction, Courseware
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Alatis, James E. – CALICO Journal, 1986
Challenges language educators to use the computer wisely, as a tool for more effective learning of language, which is so crucial to the building of world-wide bridges of understanding in this age of economic interdependence and nuclear threat. (Author/SED)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Educational Technology, Humanistic Education, Intercultural Communication
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Collentine, Joseph – CALICO Journal, 1998
Outlines principles that computer-assisted language learning (CALL) educators can follow in designing effective input-oriented tasks targeting grammar instruction, drawing on the latest advances in understanding of the interaction between internal cognitive processes and foreign-language learning. A prototype CALL application using these…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Cognitive Processes, Cognitive Psychology, Computer Assisted Instruction
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Blake, Robert; Duncan, Bruce – CALICO Journal, 1985
Describes an authoring language created specifically for composing computer-assisted language drills. Students can receive written or visual cues, edit their answers, and summon additional information using the Macintosh microcomputer's pull-down menus and multiple windows. (Author/SED)
Descriptors: Authoring Aids (Programing), Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Graphics, Courseware