Hiring a CALL Coordinator:
Perspectives from Employers and Employees
TESOL '97 Discussion Group

Miriam Seaver
English Language Institute
Wayne State University
email: mseaver@cms.cc.wayne.edu
Claire Bradin
Center for Language Education and Research
Michigan State University
email: bradincl@pilot.msu.edu


"The Role and Job Description of the Learning Resource Center Director"
http://www.temple.edu/MLC/manmod01.html (Excerpts from the IALL Management Manual)

A printed copy may be ordered from

Thomas Browne, IALL Business Manager
Humanities Resource Center
Macalester College
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105
Phone: 612-696-6336
email: Browne@Macalstr.edu

Order form at http://polyglot.lss.wisc.edu/IALL/journal/puborder.html

Where to look for a CALL Coordinator:



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Book: CALICO Resource Guide for Computing and Language Learning. (1995) CALICO, Duke University: Durham. Includes list of CALL consultants

Mailing address:

014 Language Center, Box 90267
Durham, NC 27708-0267
Phone: (919) 660-3180
Fax: (919) 660-3183
email: info@calico.org

Order form at: http://calico.org/publications.html

Useful organizations:

Discussion questions: