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  1. 1. Computer Assisted Language Learning ‘a CALL to CALL’ Phung Van Huy & Robert Cunningham This presentation is submitted as a part of the first assignment of SLS 600 course ‘Introduction to SLS’ instructed by Prof. Thom Hudson, SLS UH Manoa phunghuy@hawaii.edu - robertcc@hawaii.edu
  2. 2. © Google Search Screenshot 2014 do you do your students ?
  3. 3. Do you use ‘Praat’ for phonetic analysis? Do you submit your assignments via Laulima? © Praat Screenshot 2014 © Laulima Screenshot SLS600 Do you have a smartphone? Do you install any dictionary apps? Do your students view youtube videos in foreign languages? Do your students have an iPod? Did you ask them to sync more songs in the language they are learning ?
  4. 4. you are on CALL
  5. 5. Computer Assisted Language Learning ➤ “...an approach to language teaching and learning in which the computer is used as an aid to the presentation, reinforcement and assessment of material to be learned...” © Graham Davies https://www.llas.ac.uk/resources/gpg/61#toc_0 “...any process in which a learner uses a computer and, as a result, improves his or her language.” (2003:7) © Ken Beatty as cited in Hubbarb, P. (2009:1) © photo: courtesy of anaheim.edu
  6. 6. “...any process in which a learner uses a computer and, as a result, improves his or her language.” uh-oh! ? what does he mean by ‘computer’? CALL = desktop/laptop computers in language learning? what is ‘improve’? How do we know that?
  7. 7. here it is...
  8. 8. ‘computer’ & ‘improve’ “...not include simply the canonical desktop and laptop devices we label computers...but the networks connecting them, peripheral devices associated with them and a number of other technological innovations such as PDAs, mp3 players, mobile phones, electronic whiteboards and even DVD players, which have a computer of sorts embedded in them.” (Levy and Hubbard, 2005) as cited in Hubbard, P. (2009:1-2) • learning efficiency: learners are able to pick up language knowledge or skills faster or with less effort; • learning effectiveness: learners retain language knowledge or skills longer, make deeper associations and/or learn more of what they need; • access: learners can get materials or experience interactions that would otherwise be difficult or impossible to get or do; • convenience: learners can study and practise with equal effectiveness across a wider range of times and places; • motivation: learners enjoy the language learning process more and thus engage more fully; • institutional efficiency: learners require less teacher time or fewer or less expensive resources. ...anatomized in Hubbard, P. (2009:2)
  9. 9. ah...CALL is merely about teaching & learning language with technology! No big deal! not really… CALL is a new & rapidly evolving academic field.
  10. 10. is
  11. 11. Research theories/paradigms Practice/Pedagogy materials/techniques CALL Development authoring tools/apps CALL includes for initiatives & evaluation
  12. 12. It applies research from the fields of second language acquisition, sociology, linguistics, psychology, cognitive science, cultural studies, and natural language processing to second language pedagogy, and it melds these disciplines with technology-related fields such as computer science, artificial intelligence, and media/communication studies. Scholarship of CALL Joint Policy Statements of CALICO, EUROCALL, AND IALLT ” ”
  13. 13. CALL primary issues ●Teacher Education in CALL ●Mobile-Assisted Language Learning (MALL) ●Natural Language Processing/ Corpus CALL ●Virtual worlds/ Gamification ●Intelligent Computer Assisted Language Learning (iCALL) ●Computer Mediated Communication (CMC) ●Second Language Acquisition and Technology (SLAT) ●Language Teaching and Learning Technologies ➲ The most important aspects of CALL currently may be global communications and how pedagogical strategies can be implemented to make the best use of the technology in language instruction. We looked at the conference calls for papers /journal issues (Special editions)/table of contents in books & reviews in CALL in recent years; asked people in the field via email and selected these issues to present.
  14. 14. Research Methods in CALL “Although quantitative studies probably dominated in the early literature, qualitative and mixed-method studies are now common…” ~ Hubbard, P. (2009:5) CALL is interdisciplinary per se. ➲ various research methods and data collection/analysis. ●qualitative/quantitative; ●empirical/phenomenal; ●practical/theoretical; ●experimental/ethnographic. ➲ common academic criteria: ●Originality ●Significance ●Rigor
  15. 15. more what’s
  16. 16. What are the academic & professional organizations associated with CALL? Others: WORLDCALL, IALLT, ASIACALL, JALTCALL, VIETCALL... EUROCALL CALICO APACALL
  17. 17. EUROCALL European Association for Computer-Assisted Language Learning EUROCALL Logo ➲ Founded: 1993 ➲ President: Françoise Blin | Dublin City University, Ireland | E: francoise.blin@dcu.ie ➲ Mission: committed to the promotion of foreign languages use within Europe and beyond, and provides a European focus for the promulgation of innovative research, development and practice in the area of technology enhanced language learning. ➲ Contributions: Annual Conferences & Special Interest Groups’ Events; ReCALL journal; The EuroCALL Review; Open Educational Resources; Conference Proceedings. website
  18. 18. CALICO Computer-Assisted Language Instruction Consortium CALICO Logo ➲ Founded: 1983 ➲ President: J. Scott Payne - Amherst College | E: spayne@amherst.edu ➲ Mission: dedicated to research and development in the use of computer technology in language learning: computer-assisted language learning (CALL). ➲ Contributions: CALICO's Annual Conferences; CALICO Journal; CALICO Book Series, CALICO's Special Interest Groups website
  19. 19. APACALL APACALL Logo Asia-Pacific Association for Computer-Assisted Language Learning ➲ Founded: 2001 ➲ President: Jeong-Bae Son | University of Southern Queensland, Australia | E: jeong-bae.son@usq.edu.au ➲ Mission: provide a mechanism for information exchange on CALL; highlight the importance and value of accessibility and professional engagement with CALL for teachers, students, researchers and other interested professionals; promote and support research and good practice in CALL. ➲ Contributions: APACALL Forum and APACALL E-list; APACALL Newsletters; APACALL Book Series; APACALL SIGs; GLoCALL Conference; CALL-EJ Journal; Technology-Enhanced Language Learning Research Network website
  20. 20. What conferences address CALL? EUROCALL Conference August- September since 2000-2014 GLoCALL Conference November -December since 2007-2014 CALICO Conference since May 1998-2014 ... and many more
  21. 21. What publications address CALL? Computer Assisted Language Learning ReCALL Language Learning Technology Journal CALICO Journal CALL-EJ
  22. 22. Language Learning Technology Journal LLT Logo ➲ open/peer-reviewed/since July 1997 ➲ published 3 times/years (February, June, and October) ➲ sponsored and funded by the University of Hawai'i National Foreign Language Resource Center (NFLRC) and the Michigan State University Center for Language Education and Research (CLEAR). access now © LLT Screenshot 2014
  23. 23. Computer Assisted Language Learning Cover ➲ Rigorous peer review ➲ 6 issues per year since 1990 ➲ Membership/Institutional Subscription ➲ Published by Taylor & Francis Group access now
  24. 24. RECALL The Journal of the European Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning cover ➲ 3 Issue(s) per year since 1989/Peer-review ➲ Membership/Institutional Subscription ➲ Published by Cambridge University Press access now © RECALL Screenshot 2014
  25. 25. RECALL The Journal of the European Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning cover ➲ 3 Issue(s) per year since 1989/Peer-review ➲ Membership/Institutional Subscription ➲ Published by Cambridge University Press access now © RECALL Screenshot 2014
  26. 26. CALICO Journal ➲ published 3 issues/years ➲ open/peer-reviewed/since July 1983 access now ➲ published annually ➲ open/peer-reviewed/since July 1999 access now CALL-EJ
  27. 27. Mike Levy Glenn Stockwell Phil Hubbard Carol Chapelle Greg Kessler Jozef Colpaert Prominent Researchers Mark Warschauer
  28. 28. How do we identify them? © tandfonline.com Screen Shot 2014 © Google Search Screenshot 2014
  29. 29. Michael Levy University of Queensland, Australia Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Context and … - Levy - Cited by 1069 … and issues in computer-assisted language learning - Levy - Cited by 363 Technologies in use for second language learning - Levy - Cited by 125 Associate Editor: Computer Assisted Language Learning Editorial Board for ReCALL (CUP) & CALICO. since 2001 -present since 2006: Chair of WorldCALL read more click here
  30. 30. Mark Warschauer University of California, Irvine Computers and language learning: An overview - Warschauer - Cited by 854 Network-based language teaching: Concepts and … - Warschauer - Cited by 632 Computer‐mediated collaborative learning: theory and … - Warschauer - Cited by 1072 director of the Digital Learning Lab at UC Irvine, founding editor of Language Learning & Technology journal author of Contemporary Computer-Assisted Language Learning Technology and Social Inclusion: Rethinking the Digital Divide Network-Based Language Teaching: Concepts and Practice Telecollaboration in Foreign Language Learning read more click here
  31. 31. Glenn Stockwell Waseda University, Japan Vocabulary on the move: Investigating an intelligent … - Stockwell - Cited by 120 … choice for teaching language skills and areas in the … - Stockwell - Cited by 100 Editor-in-Chief of The JALT CALL Journal, Associate Editor of Computer Assisted Language Learning and Language Learning & Technology, and on the editorial boards of ReCALL and the CALICO Journal. read more click here
  32. 32. Greg Kessler Ohio University, USA … learning abilities in computer mediated language … - Kessler - Cited by 73 Formal and informal CALL preparation and teacher … - Kessler - Cited by 61 Student-initiated attention to form in wiki-based … - Kessler - Cited by 158 editor of the Action Research Column for the journal Language Learning & Technology past president of the (CALICO), president of the Ohio Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages chair of the CALL Interest Section for TESOL International. co-authored the TESOL Technology Standards Framework read more click here
  33. 33. Phil Hubbard Stanford University, USA Associate Editor: Language Learning Technology co-author of the TESOL Technology Standards Framework read more click here Teacher education in CALL - Hubbard - Cited by 93 Evaluating computer games for language learning - Hubbard - Cited by 45
  34. 34. Carol A. Chapelle Iowa State University, USA Computer Assisted Language Learning - Chapelle - Cited by 88 Computer-assisted language learning as a predictor of … - Chapelle - Cited by 125 … Theory and Computer‐Assisted Language Learning - Chapelle - Cited by 69 read more click here
  35. 35. Jozef Colpaert University of Antwerp, Belgium … design for online language teaching and learning - Colpaert - Cited by 53 Editorial: From Courseware to Coursewear? - Colpaert - Cited by 30 … in goal-oriented language courseware design and its … - Colpaert - Cited by 17 Editor-in-chief of Computer Assisted Language Learning: an International Journal (Taylor and Francis) Director R&D of Language Institute LINGUAPOLIS Organizer of International CALL Research Conferences Organizer of Samsung Innovation Challenge ‘Imagine Learning’ read more click here
  36. 36. Dongping Zheng Dept of Second Language Studies, UH Manoa … for Action: English Language Learning in Game‐Based … - Zheng - Cited by 68 … and self-efficacy change: English language learning in … - Zheng - Cited by 35 interested in language development in game-based virtual environments Language and Learning Technologies Technology Integration/Implementation taught courses: SLS 750 Distributed Language and Multimodal Analysis SLS 680P Second Language Pedagogy: Integration of Technology into Teaching and Learning read more click here
  37. 37. References & Photo credits EUROCALL 2014 Home Page (n.d.). Retrieved September 22, 2014, from https://www.eurocall2014.nl/ Garrett, N. (2009). Computer-Assisted Language Learning Trends And Issues Revisited: Integrating Innovation. The Modern Language Journal, 719-740. (2009). Hubbard, P. (2009). Intro in Computer Assisted Language Learning. Critical Concepts. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 1. (2009). Mobile-assisted language learning. (2014, August 30). Retrieved September 22, 2014, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobile-assisted_language_learning Official ASIACALL Home Page (n.d.). Retrieved September 22, 2014, from http://asiacall.org Official CALICO Home Page (n.d.). Retrieved September 22, 2014, from http://calico.org/ Official EUROCALL Home Page (n.d.). Retrieved September 22, 2014, from http://www.eurocall-languages.org/about Official WorldCALL Home Page (n.d.). Retrieved September 22, 2014, from http://www.worldcall.org/about.html Online Biography of Chapelle, Carol A (n.d.). Retrieved September 22, 2014, from http://www.public.iastate.edu/~carolc/homepage.html Online Biography of Colpaert, Jozef (n.d.). Retrieved September 22, 2014, from http://www.jozefcolpaert.net/ Online Biography of Dongping Zheng (n.d.). Retrieved September 22, 2014, from http://www2.hawaii.edu/~zhengd/ Online Biography of Hubbard, Philip (n.d.). Retrieved September 22, 2014, from http://web.stanford.edu/~efs/phil/ Online Biography of Kessler, Greg (n.d.). Retrieved September 22, 2014, from https://sites.google.com/site/gregkkessler/ Online Biography of Levy, Michael (n.d.). Retrieved September 22, 2014, from http://www.slccs.uq.edu.au/index.html?page=139531 Online Biography of Stockwell, Glen (n.d.). Retrieved September 22, 2014, from http://www.f.waseda.jp/gstock/ Online Biography of Warschauer, Mark (n.d.). Retrieved September 22, 2014, from http://www.education.uci.edu/person/warschauer_m/warschauer_m_bio.php Slide 05: Ken Beatty available on http://www.anaheim.edu/schools-and-institutes/graduate-school-of-education/ma-in-tesol-main?id=886 Slide 08/09: MacBook Connections available on https://www.flickr.com/photos/83542829@N00/2981325027/ under CC liciense Slide 14: Available on http://degreedirectory.org/cimages/multimages/2/internet-search-laptop-google.jpg under CC liciense Slide 15: Available on www.flickr.com/photos/35705054@N07/6170568746 under Creative Commons liciense Slide 16: Available on https://www.flickr.com/photos/26325011@N00/352439602 under Creative Commons liciense Slide 20: Available on https://www.flickr.com/photos/deep_sidhu/7487424734/sizes/l under Creative Commons liciense Slide 21: Available on https://www.flickr.com/photos/30098694@N02/4960430323 under CC liciense Others: Portrait photos & screenshots are taken from their websites (embedded within the slides)
  38. 38. How is CALL addressed in SLS MA program at UH Manoa? we have a question:
  39. 39. Computer Assisted Language Learning ‘a CALL to CALL’ Phung Van Huy & Robert Cunningham phunghuy@hawaii.edu - robertcc@hawaii.edu Thank you! read the summary below Join CALL Discussion?

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