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Smart CALL: Personalization, Contextualization, & Socialization


Edited by Jozef Colpaert https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8477-1181, Glenn Stockwell https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8477-1181 (2022)

The contributions in this volume focus on a human-centered perspective, namely the definition of smartness in terms of three qualities or dimensions: personalization (adaptation to the learner and the teacher), contextualization (adaptation to the sociocultural, educational, and geotemporal context of the learner) and socialization (the extent to which CALL stimulates interaction and relatedness between the learner, co-learner, teacher, and other stakeholders). Contributing authors are established scholars coming from different continents, using different technologies, and representing different points of view.

DOI: 10.29140/9781914291012

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Paperback, PDF

Date

28 February, 2022

Pages

334 (paperback)


Overview

This book is a collection of papers focused on a human-centered perspective of the term “smart.”  Nowadays “smart” means “connected to and exchanging information with other devices.” This book explores the definition of smartness in terms of three qualities or dimensions: personalization (adaptation to the learner and the teacher), contextualization (adaptation to the sociocultural, educational, and geotemporal context of the learner) and socialization (the extent to which CALL stimulates interaction and relatedness between the learner, co-learner, teacher, and other stakeholders). Contributing authors are established scholars coming from different continents, using different technologies, and representing different points of view. A smart initiative.

Table of Contents

Front Matter
(pp. i-xii)

1. Smart CALL: The concept
Jozef ColpaertGlenn Stockwell
(pp. 1-6)

2. Exploring a Smart CALL environment through the critical lens of Affordance-Actualization Theory
Nobue Tanaka-Ellis
(pp. 7-28)

3. New perspectives on computer-mediated communication research: A social network analysis approach
Ward Peeters
(pp. 29-54)

4. Exploring the potential of Intelligent Personal Assistants on foreign language learners’ communicative ability
Howard Hao-Jan ChenTzu Yu TaiChristine YangToni Ju-Yu Wang
(pp. 55-81)

5. Using artificial intelligence technology as a tutor for EFL speaking practice
Ming LiBin Zou
(pp. 82-100)

6. Exploring the impact of AI on EFL teaching in Japan
Hiroyuki ObariStephen LambacherHisayo Kikuchi
(pp. 101-125)

7. Socialization in telecollaboration: The smart use of WhatsApp to develop social presence in the HI-UB project
Olivia EspejelPilar ConcheiroJoan-Tomàs Pujolà
(pp. 126-150)

8. Socialization in language learning: Topic modeling and bibliometric analysis
Xieling ChenDi ZouHaoran XieGary Cheng
(pp. 151-183)

9. L2 learners’ strategies for using machine translation as a personalized writing assisting tool
Sangmin-Michelle Lee
(pp. 184-206)

10. Exploring the processes and products of collaborative multimodal writing in a French as a foreign language class
Miriam AkotoMimi Li
(pp. 207-232)

11. Case studies, multimodal OERs and online collaboration: Enhancing undergraduate learners’ source-based expository writing skills in context
Jia Li
(pp. 233-265)

12. A first step to task design in computer-based L2 listening: Task characteristics elicitation
Mónica S. Cárdenas ClarosKimberley Dassonvalle
(pp. 266-292)

13. F-Lingo: Leveraging Smart CALL for massive open online courses
Jemma L. KönigShaoqun WuAlannah FitzgeraldMargaret FrankenIan H. Witten
(pp. 293-319)

Index
(pp. 320-322)


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