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- 30(2) Special issue on Learner Preparation in CALL
Towards an Agenda for Learner Preparation in Technology-Enhanced Language Learning EnvironmentCHUN LAIThe University of Hong KongBRUCE MORRISONHong Kong Polytechnic University
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- BRYAN SMITHArizona State UniversityMATHIAS SCHULZEUniversity of Waterloo, CanadaEDITORIALIn June 1983, the first issue of the CALICO Journal was published. This is a wonderful opportunity for a look back on the long way we have come.
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- By ROBERT FISCHERABSTRACTOver the 30 year history of the CALICO Journal, various areas of research and development in CALL have come to the fore in articles published in the journal at different points in time. These areas, which reflect the general concerns of the profession, can be conveniently categorized under the general acronym of ICT: Information and Communication Technology. In this article, the former ExecutiveDirector of CALICO and Editor of the CALICO Journal traces the major lines of CALL research and development as reported in CALICO Journal articles.