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New Issue of the Journal

VOL 39, NO 1 (2022)

Special Issue: Emergency Remote Language Teaching and Learning in Disruptive Times

Guest Edited by Li Jin, Elizabeth Deifell, and Katie Angus

Table of Contents

Editorial

Emergency Remote Language Teaching and Learning in Disruptive Times 
Li Jin , Elizabeth Deifell , Katie Angus

Articles

When “Blended” Becomes “Online” : A Data-Driven Study on the Change of Self- Directed Engagement During COVID-19
Dennis Foung , Julia Chen , Linda Lin
Connecting Through Flipgrid : Examining Social Presence of English Language Learners in an Online Course During the Pandemic
Ellen Yeh , Grace Y. Choi , Yonty Friesem
Pivoting, Partnering, and Sensemaking : How Teachers Navigate the Transition to Remote Teaching Together
Jillian M. Conry , Ann M. Wernick , Paige Ware
“Siempre Adistanciados” : Ideology, Equity, and Access in Peruvian Emergency Distance Education for Spanish as a Second Language
Michele Back , Virginia Zavala , Raiza Franco

Book Reviews

Academic Writing with Corpora: A Resource Book for Data-Driven Learning by Tatyana Karpenko-Seccombe
J. Elliott Casal
Creating Effective Blended Language Learning Courses: A Research-Based Guide from Planning to Evaluation by Daria Mizza and Fernando Rubio
Kathryn Murphy-Judy
Open Education and Second Language Learning and Teaching: The Rise of a New Knowledge Ecology edited by Carl S. Blyth and Joshua J. Thoms
Ananda Astrini Muhammad

Learning Technology Reviews

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Graduate Student SIG Newsletter Spring 2021

Our graduate student special interest group chair has been hard at work putting together events for our graduate students, like the panel in January on alternate career paths for PhDs.  She’s also produced this very informative newsletter that should be of interest to all CALICO members.

 

Grad Student SIG – Newletter – Issue 6 – February, 2021

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Special Interest Group Newsletters

For those of you interested in specific types of computer-assisted language learning, you might want to take a minute and look through CALICO’s special interest groups and see if you’d like to join one or more of them.

Here are a couple of newsletters recently published by the Graduate Student SIG and the Virtual Worlds SIG

Graduate Student SIG Newsletter May 2020

Virtual Worlds Newsletter June 2020

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Annual Award Winners

Three awards are presented each year: Access to Language Education, Outstanding Graduate Student and Best Article

This year’s Access to Language Education Award, in association with the Esperantic Studies Foundation, was awarded to Qing Ma Angel and team for their website The Corpus-Aided Platform for Language Teachers (CAP)

This year’s Robert A. Fischer Outstanding Graduate Student Award was given to Margherita Berti of the University of Arizona.

And last but not least, an award was given for Best Article in the CALICO Journal for Volume 36 to Lara Lomicka Anderson and Fabrizio Fornara: Using Visual Social Media in Language Learning to Investigate the Role of Social Presence