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New Journal Issue Available, 39#3

CALICO Journal

Issue 39.3 (2022) table of contents

Editorial – open access
Special Issues, Impact, and Our Readership
Bryan Smith, Ana Oskoz

An Analysis of Current Research on Computer-Assisted L2 Vocabulary Learning
Akbar Bahari, Allyson Eamer, Janette Hughes

Methodologies and Pedagogical Applications of Integrating Telecollaboration in Language Teacher Education
Sumei Wu

The Use of ASR-Equipped Software in the Teaching of Suprasegmental Features of Pronunciation
Tim Kochem, Jeanne Beck, Erik Goodale

Effect of Texting on Spanish Learners’ Vocabulary Acquisition and Motivation
Lori Lye

Enhancing Visual Learning with Keyword Captioned Video
Linda C Jones, Freddie J Jennings

Book Reviews – open access
Mobile Assisted Language Learning Across Educational Contexts. Edited by Valentina Morgana and Agnes Kukulska-Hulme
Ahmed Al Khateeb

Simple Technology for Language Classrooms edited by Yustinus C. G. Mali
Emily Coombs

Learning Technology Reviews – open access
Pear Deck
Ilknur Oded, Yaniv Oded

Lieselotte Sippel
Bryan Smith, Arizona State University
Ana Oskoz, University of Maryland Baltimore County

Book Review Editor
Oksana Vorobel, BMCC, CUNY

Learning Technology Reviews Editor
Theresa Schenker, Yale University

Managing Editor
Esther Horn, United States 

CALICO Journal

ISSN: 2056-9017 (online)
The CALICO Journal, founded in 1983, moved to Equinox in 2015. CALICO Journal is the official publication of the Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO) and is devoted to the dissemination of information concerning the application of technology to language teaching and language learning. The journal is published online-only, is fully refereed and publishes research articles and studies and software and book reviews. Three issues appear annually and normally one of them is a thematic issue on current discourses and developments in Computer-Assisted Language Learning. CALICO’s international editorial board and large group of authors and reviewers reflect its global readership.