Studies in Computer Assisted Language Learning
is a Peter Lang series edited by Anna Turula.
The series brings together contemporary research within the field of computer assisted language learning. The range of topics includes all areas pertaining to CALL methodology: corpora in language learning and teaching, computer mediated communication (CMC) in language pedagogy, intercultural language learning and teacher training, virtual language learning environments and management systems, digital course design, mobile learning and many others.
The volumes published so far include:
- 2015. CALL for Bridges Between School and Academia; editors: Anna Turula and Maria Chojnacka
- (2016). CALL for Openness; editors: Mariusz Marczak and Jarosław Krajka
- (2018). CALL for Mobility; editors: Shannon Sauro and Joanna Pitura
- (in press) CALL for Background; editors: Anna Turula and Anita Buczek-Zawiła
The series Studies in Computer Assisted Language Learning publishes monographs (including also outstanding dissertations) and thematic collective volumes by scholars from Poland and abroad. The language of the series is English.
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