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CALL for Bridges between School and Academia


Anna Turula and Maria Chojnacka

This volume looks at different ways in which research and educational practice in Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) can be linked. The chapters, contributed by academics and teachers of English, explore teacher training, material writing and sharing, course design and Open Educational Resources (OER).
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Using videoconferencing software to maintain classroom presence for absent students


Abstract: The use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in foreign language education is increasingly being treated as an obvious option for teachers to use in order to facilitate instruction and promote the development of a range of learners’ competences. However, relatively little research has been devoted to the idea of implementing ICT in order to enable students who are absent from lessons, e.g. due to hospitalisation, to reunite with their colleagues and continue education despite physical absence from the classroom.

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