Selected Bibliography for CALL

Compiled by Claire Bradin Siskin

E-mail: claire@edvista.com

General texts

Computer-learner interaction

CALL software design and evaluation

General texts:

Hardisty, D. & S. Windeatt. (1989). CALL. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Higgins, J. (1988) Language, Learners, and Computers. London: Longman.
Higgins, J. (1995). Computers and English Language Learning. Oxford: Intellect.
Higgins, J., and T. Johns. (1984). Computers in language learning. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.
Jones, C. & S. Fortescue. (1987) Using Computers in the Language Classroom. London: Longman.
Levy, M. (1997). Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Context and Conceptualization. Oxford: Clarendon.
Phillips, M.(1987). Communicative language teaching and the microcomputer. London: The British Council.
Underwood, J. (1984). Linguistics, computers, and the language teacher. Rowley, MA: Newbury House.
Wilhelm, J. & P. Friedemann. (1998). Hyperlearning: Where Projects, Inquiry, and Technology Meet. York, Maine: Stenhouse Publishers.
Wyatt, D. (1984). Computers and ESL. Orlando: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, Inc.

Edited volumes:

Bush, M. & R. Terry (Eds.) (1997). Technology-Enhanced Language Learning. Lincolonwood, IL: National Textbook Company.
Craven, M., R. Sinyor, & D. Paramskas (Eds.) (1990). CALL: Papers and Reports. Houston, TX: Athelstan.
Egbert, J & E. Hanson-Smith (Eds.) (1999) CALL Environments: Research, Practice, and Critical Issues. Alexandria: TESOL.
Fotos, S. & C. Browne (Eds.) (2004). New Perspectives on CALL for Second Language Classrooms. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Liddell, P. (Ed.) (1995) CALL: Theory and Application. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria.
Lomicka, L. & J. Cooke-Plagwitz (Eds.) (2004). Teaching with Technology. Boston: Thomson Heinle.
Pennington, M. (Ed.) (1989) Teaching Languages with Computers: The State of the Art. Houston, TX: Athelstan.
Pennington, M. (Ed.) (1996 ) The Power of CALL. Houston, TX: Athelstan.
Pennington, M. and V. Stevens (Eds.) (1992). Computers in Applied Linguistics: An International Perspective. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.

CALL Research:

Basena, D. & J. Jamieson. (1996). CALL Research in Second Language Learning: 1990-1994. CAELL Journal, 7, 14-22.
Bland, S., J. Noblitt, J., S. Armington, & G. Gay. (1990). The naive lexical hypothesis: Evidence from computer-assisted language learning. The Modern Language Journal, 74, 440-450.
Chapelle, C. (1990). The discourse of computer-assisted language learning: Toward a context for descriptive research. TESOL Quarterly, 24(2), 199-225.
Chapelle, C. (1995). A framework for the investigation of CALL as a context for SLA. CAELL Journal, 6, 2-8.
Chapelle, C. (1997). CALL in the year 2000: Still in search of research paradigms? Language Learning and Technology Journal, 1, 1, 19-43. http://llt.msu.edu/vol1num1/chapelle/default.html [2005: August 13]
Chapelle, C.& J. Jamieson. (1988). Research trends in computer-assisted language learning. In Martha Pennington, (Ed.), Teaching Languages with Computers. La Jolla: Athelstan.
Chapelle, C. & J. Jamieson. (1991). Internal and external validity issues in research on CALL effectiveness. In P. Dunkel (Ed.), Computer-assisted language learning and testing: Research issues and practice. New York: Newbury House.
Dodgovic, M. (1998). Elements of research in CALL software development projects. CALICO Journal, 15, 4, 25-38.
Doughty, C. (1987). Relating second-language acquisition theory to CALL research and application. In W. F. Smith (Ed.), Modern media in foreign language education: Theory and implementation. Lincolnwood, IL: National Textbook Company.
Doughty, C. (1992). Computer applications in second language acquisition research: Design, description, and discovery. In M. Pennington, & V. Stevens (Eds.), Computers in applied linguistics: An international perspective. Clevedon, Avon: Multilingual Matters, Ltd.
Dunkel, P. (1991). The effectiveness research on computer-assisted instruction and computer-assisted language learning. In P. Dunkel (Ed.), Computer-assisted language learning and testing: Research issues and practice. New York: Newbury House.
Lomicka, L. (1998). "To gloss or not to gloss": An investigation of reading comprehension online. Language Learning and Technology Journal, 1, 2, 41-50. http://llt.msu.edu/vol1num2/article2/default.html [2005: August 13]
Nagata, N. (1998). Input vs. output practice in educational software for second language acquisition. Language Learning and Technology Journal, 1, 2, 23-40. http://llt.msu.edu/vol1num2/article1/default.html [2005: August 13]
Pederson, K. (1987). Research on CALL. In W. Smith (Ed.), Modern media in foreign language education: Theory and implementation . Lincolnwood, IL: National Textbook Company.
Robinson, G. (1989). The CLCCS CALL Study: Methods, Error Feedback, Attitudes, and Achievement. In Flint Smith, W. (Ed.) Modern Technology in Foreign Language Education: Applications and Projects. Lincolnwood, IL: National Textbook Company.
Stevens, V. (1984). Implications of research and theory concerning the influence of control on the effectiveness of CALL. CALICO Journal 2 (1), 28-33, 48.

CALL software design and evaluation:

Bradin, C. (1999). Instructional aspects of software evaluation. In J. Egbert & E. Hanson-Smith (Eds.), CALL Environments: Research, Practice, and Critical Issues. Alexandria: TESOL.
Burston, J. (1989). Towards Better Tutorial CALL: A Matter of Intelligent Control. CALICO Journal , 6, 75-89.
Chapelle, C. (1994). CALL activities: Are they all the same? System, 22(1), 33-45.
Higgins, J. (1991). Fuel for learning: The neglected element of textbooks and CALL. CAELL Journal, 2 (2), 3-7.
Hoven, D. (1997). Instructional design for multimedia: Towards a learner centered CELL (computer enhanced language learning) model. In Murphy-Judy, K. (Ed.), NEXUS: The convergence of language teaching and research using technology. Durham, NC: CALICO.
Hubbard, P. (1987). Language teaching approaches, the evaluation of CALL software, and design implications. In W. Smith (Ed.), Modern media in foreign language education: Theory and implementation. Lincolnwood, IL: National Textbook Company.
Hubbard, P. (1992). A methodological framework for CALL courseware development. In M. C. Pennington and V. Stevens (eds.) Computers in applied linguistics. Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters.
Jones, Randall L. (1989) Using Interactive Audio with Computer-Assisted Language Learning. In Flint Smith, W. (Ed.) Modern Technology in Foreign Language Education: Applications and Projects. Lincolnwood: NTC.
Krüger, A. & S. Hamilton. (1997). RECALL: Individual language tutoring through intelligent error diagnosis. ReCALL Journal, 9, 2, 51-58
Levy, M. (1998). Two conceptions of learning and their implications for CALL at the tertiary level. ReCALL Journal, 10, 1, 86-94.
Lian, A. (1992). Intelligence in computer-aided language learning. In Pennington, Martha C. & V. Stevens (Eds.) Computers in Applied Linguistics. Multilingual Matters: Avon, England.
McCarthy, B. Choice and constraint in software design. On-CALL Journal, 8, 2, (no page numbers). http://www.cltr.uq.edu.au/oncall/mccarthy82.html [2005: August 13]
Mohan, B. (1992). Models of the role of the computer in second language development. In M. C. Pennington and V. Stevens (Eds.), Computers in applied linguistics: An international perspective . Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters.
Myles, S. (1998). The language learner and the software designer: A marriage of true minds or ne'er the twain shall meet? ReCALL Journal, 10, 1, 38-45.
Nagata, N. (1993). Intelligent Computer Feedback for Second Language Instruction. The Modern Language Journal, 77, 3, 30-339.
Plass, J. (1998). Design and evaluation of the user interface of foreign language multimedia software: A cognitive approach. Language Learning and Technology Journal, 2, 25-45. http://llt.msu.edu/vol2num1/article2/index.html [2005: August 13]
Stevens, V. (1989). A direction for CALL: From behavioristic to humanistic courseware. In M. C. Pennington (Ed.),Teaching languages with computers: The state of the art. La Jolla, CA: Athelstan.
Underwood, John H. Artificial intelligence and CALL. In W. Smith (Ed.), Modern media in foreign language education: Theory and implementation . Lincolnwood, IL: National Textbook Company.
Van Der Linden, E. (1993). Does feedback enhance computer-assisted language learning? Computers and Education, 21, 61-65.
Wyatt, D. (1987). Applying pedagogical principles to CALL courseware development. In W. Smith (Ed.), Modern media in foreign language education: Theory and implementation. Lincolnwood, IL: National Textbook Company.
Wyatt, D. (1988). The Logo Syndrome. CALICO Journal , 5, 76-82.

Applications of CALL:

Butler-Pascoe. M & K. Wiburg (2003). Technology and Teaching English Language Learners. Allyn & Bacon: Boston.
Collentine, J. (1998). Cognitive Principles and CALL Grammar Instruction: A Mind-centered, input approach. CALICO Journal, 15, 1-18.
Crookall, D., D. Coleman, & E. Versluis. (1990). Computerized language learning and simulation: Form and content. In D. Crookall, & R. Oxford (Eds.), Simulation, Gaming, and Language Learning . New York: Newbury House.
Egbert, J. (2005). CALL Essentials: Principles and Practice in CALL Classrooms. TESOL: Alexandria, VA.
Garrett, N. (1987). A psycholinguistic perspective on grammar and CALL. In William Flint Smith (Ed.), Modern media in foreign language education: Theory and implementation. Lincolnwood, IL: National Textbook Company.
Garrett, N. (1991) Foreword to P. Dunkel (Ed.), Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Testing: Research Issues and Practice , xii-xvi). New York: Newbury House.
Garrett, N. (1993). The uses and misuses of technology in language learning. NASLIP Journal, 3-18.
Healey, D. (1994).Something to Do on Tuesday. Houston, TX: Athelstan.
Jex, W. (1988). Microcomputers and English language instruction: A few years later. CALICO Journal , 5(3).
Taylor, M. & L. Perez. (1989). Something to Do on Monday. Houston, TX: Athelstan.
Wyatt, D. (1989). Computers and reading skills: The medium and the message. In M. Pennington (Ed.), Teaching languages with computers: The state of the art . La Jolla, CA: Athelstan.
Young, Richard; Shermis, Mark. 1993. Computer-Adaptive Testing in HyperCard. CAELL Journal, 4, 20-25.

Computer-learner interaction:

Chapelle, C. and J. Jamieson. (1986). Computer-assisted language learning as a predictor of success in acquiring English as a second language. TESOL Quarterly, 20, 27-46.
Chapelle, C. & S. Mizuno. (1989). Students' strategies with learner-controlled CALL. CALICO Journal, 7(2), 25-47.
Dever, S. & M. Pennington. (1989). Computer capabilities underlying computer-learner interaction. In M. C. Pennington (Ed.), Teaching languages with computers: The state of the art. La Jolla, CA: Athelstan.
Higgins, J. (1983). Can computers teach? CALICO Journal, 1(2), 4-6.
Hulstijn, J. (1993). When do foreign-language readers look up the meaning of unfamiliar words? The influence of task and learner variables. The Modern Language Journal, 77(2), 139-147.
Jamieson, J. & C. Chapelle. (1987). Working styles on computers as evidence of second language learning strategies. Language Learning, 37, 523-544.
Liou, H. (1993). Learner Strategies with the Spelling Checker. CAELL Journal, 4, 26-30.

Internet- and network-based CALL:

Ortega, L. (1997). Processes and outcomes in networked classroom interaction: Defining the research agenda for L2 computer-assisted classroom discussion. Language Learning and Technology Journal, 1, 1, 82-93. http://llt.msu.edu/vol1num1/ortega/default.html [2005: August 13]
Salaberry, M. (1996). The theoretical foundation for the development of pedagogical tasks in computer mediated communication. CALICO Journal, 14, 5-34.
Warschauer, M. (1995). E-mail for English teaching. Alexandria, VA: TESOL Publications.
Warschauer, M. (Ed.). (1995). Virtual connections: On-line activities & projects for networking language learners. Honolulu, HI: Second Language Teaching & Curriculum Center, University of Hawai'i.
Woodin, J. (1997). Email tandem learning and the communicative curriculum. ReCALL Journal, 9, 1. 22-33.


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