Special Issue Title: Social media pathways: Using social media to help language learners access target-language communities Co-editors: Ellen Yeh (Columbia College Chicago) and Nicholas Swinehart (University of Chicago) This CALICO Journal special issue explores and investigates CALL practices through the...
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Reaching out to other graduate students helps build a community and a collaborative network as well! Join us in our next CALICOffee talk to meet CALL students, learn about their research, and share about yours! https://shorturl.at/cFIS7    
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Editorial What Covid Has Taught UsA Survey Bryan Smith, Oksana Vorobel, Ana Oskoz Articles Traveling by HeadsetImmersive VR for Language Learning Dorothy M Chun, Honeiah Karimi, David Joshua Sañosa The Linguistic Environments of Digital GamesA Discriminant Analysis of Language Use...
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 Issue 40 Aug 27, 2021 Jeremy A. Robinson (Chair) Jakob Johnson (Associate Chair) Jeff Maloney (Outgoing Chair)       It was great to see many of you this summer at our conference, and we hope we can make this...
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Register Workshops 2022 Program Exhibiting Lodging Seattle Tourism Plenaries COVID Policy Join us in Seattle for: Hands-on Workshops, Presentations, Panels, Technology Showcases, Mentorship, Networking, and more. May 31 - June 4@ the Renaissance Hotel in Seattle, WA
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My pleasure to announce that Steph Link is our new Book Series Editor.  A huge thank you to Greg Kessler, our previous book series editor, for all of his work these years!  Welcome to Steph who has been a CALICOer...
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Newsletter #8 -- May 2022
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See the main CALICO 2022 site for more information on:
Pre-conference workshops,
the full agenda,
hotel, travel and tourist info, and,
registration.

CALICO (Computer-Assisted Language Instruction Consortium) is an international organization dedicated to research and development in the use of computer technology in language learning: computer-assisted language learning (CALL).

CALICO began mainly as a group of people interested in using and producing technology-based materials for second/foreign language teaching. After more than 25 years of growth and experience, CALICO now includes language educators, programmers, technicians, web page designers, CALL developers, CALL practitioners, and second language acquisition researchers–anyone interested in exploring the use of technology for language teaching and learning.

 

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Discounted EUROCALL Membership (for CALICO members only)