The Educational Context of Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL)

HOW, a Colombian Journal of Teachers of English. No. 2. (pp. 54-60). (ISSN: 0120-5927). 1997

7 Pages Posted: 27 Oct 2018

Date Written: July 2, 1997

Abstract

This article deals with the spread of computer applications in education in general and in Higher Education, in particular, making up the new context of Information and Communication Technology and the need for teacher training. Today, only a comparatively small proportion of teachers and schools are using the technology in an extended way. However, it is still very early to show significant or dramatic changes since the current situation cannot be taken as anything other than an initial stage. However, the impact on individual schools and individual practitioners, where the innovation has been made available, is said to be significant.

Keywords: CALL, Education, Computer-Assisted Language Learning, English Language Teaching and Learning

Suggested Citation

Benavides B., Jorge E., The Educational Context of Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) (July 2, 1997). HOW, a Colombian Journal of Teachers of English. No. 2. (pp. 54-60). (ISSN: 0120-5927). 1997. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3257836

Jorge E. Benavides B. (Contact Author)

Universidad de Nariño ( email )

Sede VIPRI
Departamento de Lingüística e Idiomas
Pasto, Nariño 7581
Colombia

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