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Gaer, Susan; Ferenz, Kathleen. 1993. Telecommunications and Interactive Writing Projects. CAELL Journal, v4 n2 p2-5 Summer.

Gale, Larrie E. Macario, Montevidisco, and Interactive Digame. In Flint Smith, Wm. Modern Technology in Foreign Language Education: Applications and Projects. 1989. Lincolnwood: NTC.

Gall, Donna et al. Technology at Work: School, University, IBM Partnership Helps Children Develop Communication Skills. Teaching Exceptional Children v22 n1 p5455 Fall 1989

Gammon, Gareth H. You Won't Lay an Egg with the Bald Headed Chicken. B. C. Journal of Special Education v13 n2 p18387 1989

Ganeshsundaram, P. C. Processing of Japanese kanji on a microcomputer. Computers and the Humanities 21:3, July/Sept. 1987.

Ganly, Tony. Computers and ESL in Australia. C.A.L.L. Digest v5, 1, 910 1989

Ganly, Tony. Computers and ESL in Victoria: An update. On-CALL 3:2, 1988.

Ganly, Tony. Logo and language learning: Making the link. On-CALL 3:1, 1988.

Ganly, Tony. Ways of classifying software. On-CALL 2:2, 1987.

Garfinkel, Alan 1992. "El Inspector": Squeezing a Video for All It's Worth. Hispania v75 n2 p424-25 May.

Garg, Pankaj K. Abstract mechanisms in Hypertext. Communications of the ACM 31:7, July 1988.

Garret, Nina and Hart, Robert S. Foreign Language Teaching and the Computer. Foreign Language Annals v22 n5 p499501 Oct 1989

Garrett, Nina and Robert S. Hart (eds). Foreign language teaching and the computer. A review of Systeme-D, a package for word-processing in French. Foreign Language Annals 21:2, April 1988.

Garrett, Nina and Robert S. Hart. Foreign language teaching and the computer. Foreign Language Annals 20:5, Oct. 1987.

Garrett, Nina. A psycholinguistic perspective on grammar and CALL. In William Flint Smith (ed) 1987. Modern Media in Foreign Language Education.

Garrett, Nina. Computers in foreign language education: Teaching, learning, and language-acquisition research. ADFL Bulletin 19:3, Apr. 1988.

Garvey, James J. and Lindstrom, David H. Pros' Prose Meets "Writer's Workbench": Analysis of Typical Models for First Year Writing Courses. Computers and Composition v6 n2 p81109 Apr 1989

Gascoigne, Fr. Serafim. Computers, children and ESL. On-CALL 2:4, 1987/88.

Gerrard, Lisa. Writing with HBJ Writer. San Diego, CA Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 1987.

Gersten, Russell et al. Guided Practice: Use of LowCost Networking. ED310784 35p. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association (San Francisco, CA, March 29April 4 1989).

Gillingham, Mark G. et al. Children's Control of ComputerBased Reading Assistance in Answering Synthesis Questions. Computers in Human Behavior v5 n1 p6175 1989

Gillis, Philip D. Using computer technology to teach and evaluate prewriting. Computers and the Humanities. 21:1, Jan/March 1987.

Glainer, Glenn T. The Word Processor and the Writing of Japanese for NonNatives. Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies v21 n4 Winter 1988/89

Glazer, Susan Mandel and Curry, Diane. Word Processing Programs: Survival Tools for Children with Writing Problems. Journal of Reading, Writing, and Learning Disabilities International v4 n3 p18799 198889

Glenn, Craig. Results of using CAI to improve performance in basic skills areas. Technological Horizons in Education. 15:10, June 1988.

Goddeau, David M. 1993. An LR Parser-Based Probabilistic Language Model for Spoken Language Systems. Dissertation. Massachusetts Instit Technology, Cambridge.

Goh, I. S. H. (1993). A low-cost speech teaching aid for teaching English to speakers of other languages. System, 23, 349-357.

Goldfield, Joel D. Foreign Language Teaching and the Computer. Foreign Language Annals v22 n3 p299303 May 1989

Goldman, Shelley V. et al. "What Is the Meaning of." Finding Links between Science and Literacy ED318150 10 p. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (San Francisco, CA, March 1989).

Goldman, Susan R. and Robert Rueda. Developing writing skills in bilingual exceptional children. Exceptional Children 54:6, April 1988.

Gollasch, Fred. Microcomputers in the whole language classroom. On-CALL 2:2, 1987.

Gong, Yifan; Haton, Jean-Paul. 1993. Plausibility Functions in Continuous Speech Recognition: The VINICS System. Speech Communication, v13 n1-2 p187-196 Oct.

Goodman, K. S. (1967). Reading: A psycholinguistic guessing game. Journal of the Reading Specialist, 6 (May), 126-135.

Goodwin, Alice Anne; Hamrick, Jim; Stewart, Timothy C. 1993. Instructional Delivery via Electronic Mail. TESOL Journal, v3 n1 p24-27 Autumn.

Gore, Dolores A. et al. A Study of Teaching Reading Skills to the Young Child Using Microcomputer Assisted Instruction. Journal of Educational Computing Research v5 n2 p17985 1989

Gos, Michael Walter. 1993. Computer Anxiety and the Computerized Writing Classroom: A Qualitative and Quantitative Study. Dissertation. Purdue U, West Lafayette, IN.

Goshawke, Walter. Computer Translation of Natural Language. 1988. Sigma/Halsted Press: New York.

Grabe, W. (1991) Current developments in second language reading research. TESOL Quarterly, 25, 375-406.

Graesser, A. C., Hoffman, N. L., Clark, L. F. (1980). Structural components of reading time. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 19, 135-51.

Graham. Paul. A tiny ATN parser: ATNs aren't as good as you are at parsing English, but they have a niche. AI Expert 3:12, Dec. 1988.

Gray, Eugene F. 1992. Technology in Teaching and Research. French Review v66 n1 p147-53 Oct.

Gray, James B., Jr. et al. Teacher Use of Word Processing in Rural Special Education. ED3152429 12 p. In: Education and the Changing Rural Community: Anticipating the 21st Century. Proceedings of the 1989 ACES/NRSSC Symposium.

Greene, Beth G. Computer Technology and Business Communication (ERIC). Bulletin of the Association for Business Communication v52 n4 p3639 Dec 1989

Greene, Georgia D. 1992. Computers and Teaching Composition in a Foreign Language. Foreign Language Annals v25, 1, Feb, 33-46.

Greene, Wendy Tibbetts and Sadler, Lynn Veach. Combining Software for Ease, Accuracy, and Idea Generation. Collegiate Microcomputer v7 n2 p12730 May 1989

Grow, Gerald. Computers and the writing process: Interactive outlining. Collegiate Microcomputer. 6:4, Winter 1988.

Grow, Gerald. Lessons from the computer writing problems of professionals College Composition and Communication 39:2, May 1988.

Guillot, Marie-Noelle. 1993. Computer Information Systems and Learner Independence-A Word of Caution. ReCALL, v8 p16-20 May.

Gutknecht, Christopher and Frank Gerlinger. An approach to multilingual texts. Research in Word Processing Newsletter 5:8, Nov. 1987.

H. Lemonnier, France et al. Repertoire de didacticiels de francais langue seconde ou etrangere publies entre 1980 et 1988 (List of Courseware for French as a Second or Foreign Language Published between 1980 and 1988). Publication K11. Laval Univ., Quebec (Quebec). International Center for Research on Bilingualism. ED317043 54 p.

Haas, C. (1989). How the writing medium shapes the writing process: Effects of word processing on planning. Research in the Teaching of English, 23, 181-207.

Haas, Christina. Computers and the Writing Process: A Comparative Protocol Study. CDC Technical Report No. 34. Paper presented at the Conference on Computers and Writing, Pittsburgh PA. May, 1986. ED281219. 1987.

Haas, Christina. How the Writing Medium Shapes the Writing Process: Effects of Word Processing on Planning. Research in the Teaching of English v23 n2 p181207 May 1989

Haas, Christina. What Research with Computers Can Tell Us about the Uses of Reading in Writing. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA March 1987. ED284252. 1987.

Habitat. Fujitsu, Ltd., Tokyo.

Haight, Larry. Beyond Word Processing. Currents v15 n1 p2830,32 Jan 1989

Hainline Douglas (ed). New Developments in Computer-Assisted Language Learning. Croom Helm: London. 1987.

Halasz, Frank G. Reflections on NoteCards: Seven issues for the next generation of hypermedia systems. Communications of the ACM 31:7, July 1988.

Halio, M. P. (1990). Student writing: Can the machine maim the message? Academic Computing, 4(1), 16-19, 45.

Hall, E. (1976). Beyond culture. Garden City, NY: Anchor Doubleday Books.

Halliday, M. A. K., and Hasan, R. (1989). Language, context, and text: Aspects of language in a social-semiotic perspective. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hampson, Sandra. A Guide to Courseware Authoring Options in ESL/FL Instruction. 1988. Athelstan: La Jolla.

Hangul Express. Hypermedia CALL program for Korean. Designed by D. Ashworth, J. Kim, and J. Stelovsky. University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Hanson, Vicki L. and Padden, Carol A. Interactive Video for Bilingual ASL/English Instruction of Deaf Children. American Annals of the Deaf v134 n3 p20913 Jul 1989

Hanson-Smith, Elizabeth. 1993. Dancing with Concordances. CAELL Journal, v4 n2 p40 Summer.

Hanson-Smith, Elizabeth. 1993. Read Your Video. CAELL Journal, v4 n3 p40 Fall.

Hanson-Smith, Elizabeth. Cooperative learning and CALL. C.A.L.L. Digest 3:7, 1987.

Hardisty, David and Kenner, Roger. Interactive Videodisc: How and Why. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n3 p24 1989

Harrington, J.; Cassidy, S.; Fletcher, J.; McVeigh, A. The mu+ System for Corpus Based Speech Research. Computer Speech & Language, v7 n4 p305-331 Oct.

Harris, Jeanette et al. Computers in the Composition Curriculum: Looking Ahead. Writing Program Administration v13 n12 p3543 FallWin 1989

Hart, Robert S. CALLIOPE: An Outreach Project for ComputerBased Foreign Language Instruction in Illinois Schools. In Flint Smith, Wm. Modern Technology in Foreign Language Education: Applications and Projects. 1989. Lincolnwood: NTC.

Harvey, Ann Marie. 1993. Writing with the Word Processor in Grades Four, Six, and Eight. Dissertation. U Missouri, Columbia.

Hawisher, G. E. (1989). Research and recommendations for computers and composition. In G. E. Hawisher and C. L. Selfe (eds.), Critical perspectives on computers and composition instruction (pp. 44-69). New York: Teachers College Press.

Hawisher, G. E., and Moran, C. (1993). Electronic mail and the writing instructor. College English, 55, 627-643.

Hawisher, Gail E. Computers and Writing: Where's the Research? English Journal v78 n1 p8991 Jan 1989

Hawisher, Gail E. Computers in the classroom: The computer daybook: A multifaceted tool. English Journal 77:3, March 1988.

Hawisher, Gail E. Fortune, Ron. Word Processing and the Basic Writer. Collegiate Microcomputer v7 n3 p27584,287 Fall 1989

Hawisher, Gail E. Research in Computers and Writing: Findings and Implications. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Educational Research Association, New Orleans, April 1988. ED293140.

Hawisher, Gail E. The effects of word processing on the revision strategies of college freshman. Research in the Teaching of English 21:2, 1987.

Healey, Deborah. 1992. Theory and practice in a learning center. CÆLL Journal v3, 2.

Healey, Deborah. 1992. Where's the beef? Grammar and CALL. CÆLL Journal v3, 1.

Healey, Deborah. CALL In Developing Nations. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n1 p67 1989

Healey, Deborah. Computer Labs. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n6 p12 1989

Healey, Deborah. Hypermedia and language learning. C.A.L.L. Digest 4:6, 1988.

Healey, Deborah. Ready, Set, Go. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n2 p12 1989

Healey, Deborah. Review of Audio Lab. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n7 p1012 1989

Healey, Deborah. Teacher Utilities: Test Generators, Gradebook Programs and Handouts. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n4 p45 1989

Healey, Deborah. Technology, language learning and the future. C.A.L.L. Digest 4:6, 1988.

Heath, S. B. (1982). Ethnography in education: Defining the essentials. In P. Gilmore and A. A. Glatthorn (eds.), Children in and out of school (pp. 33-35). Washington, DC: Center for Applied Linguistics.

Heimann, Mikael; Nelson, Keith E.; Gillberg, Christopher; Karnevik, Margareta. 1993. Facilitating Language Skills through Interactive Micro-Computer Instruction: Observations on Seven Children with Autism. Scandinavian Journal of Logopedics & Phoniatrics, v18 n1 p3-8.

Heller, James H.; Sturner, Raymond A.; Funk, Sandra G.; Feezor, Michael D. 1993. The Effect of Input Mode on Vocabulary Identification Performance at Low Intensity. Journal of Educational Computing Research, v9 n4 p509-518.

Heller, Mary F.; McLellan, Hilary. 1993. Dancing with the Wind: Understanding Narrative Text Structure through Response to Multicultural Children's Literature (With an Assist from HyperCard). Reading Psychology, v14 n4 p285-310 Oct-Dec.

Hellwig, H. Problems and solutions in parsing. CALICO Journal 5:1, Sept. 1987.

Hendrickson, Aletha S. Advantages and limitations of CAI in writing classes. Computer-Assisted Composition Journal 1, Winter 1987.

Henney, Maribeth. Reading and writing interactive stories. Computing Teacher 15:8, May 1988.

Henry, George M. Computer-controlled random access audio in the comprehension approach to second language learning. Foreign Language Annals 20:3, May 1987.

Henry, George M., Hartmann, John F. and Henry, Patricia B. FLIS: RandomAccess Audio and Innovative Lesson Types. In Flint Smith, Wm. Modern Technology in Foreign Language Education: Applications and Projects. 1989. Lincolnwood: NTC.

Heppner, F., Anderson, J., Farstrup, A., and Weiderman, N. (1985). Reading performance on a standardized test is better from print than from computer display. Journal of Reading, January, 321-325.

Hermann, F. (1991). Instrumental and agentive CALL in learning French as a foreign language. ERIC ED 332 545.

Hermann, Ruth and Singer, Vivian Hermann. Write Now for the Apple IIc, IIe, and IIgs. Singer Consultants Custom Software, Wantagh, NY. ED311888 15 p.

Hernández, Nicolas. ISAAC: An introduction to IBM's information system for advanced academic computing at the University of WashingtonSeattle. CALICO Journal 6:2, 1988.

Herrmann, A. W. (1987). An ethnographic study of a high school writing class using computers: Marginal, technically proficient, and productive learners. In L. Gerrard (ed.), Writing at century's end: Essays on computer-assisted composition (pp. 79-91). New York: Random House.

Herrmann, Andrea W. Computers and Writing in Gifted Education (ERIC/RCS). Journal of Reading v32 n7 p65254 Apr 1989 Special Issue: New Technologies and Reading.

Herrmann, Andrea W. Evaluation in the Electronic Classroom: A DoubleEdged SwordOr Is It? ED306582 17 p. Paper presented at the Annual Computers and Writing Conference (5th, Minneapolis, MN, May 1214 1989).

Herrmann, Andrea. Teaching Writing with Peer Response Groups. Encouraging Revision. ERIC Digest. ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading and Communication Skills, Bloomington, IN. ED307616 5 p.

Herrmann, Francoise. 1993. Of Chameleons and Would-Be Humans. CAELL Journal, v4 n2 p23-29 Summer.

Herron, Carol A. 1992. Using Video to Introduce Children to a Foreign Culture. Foreign Language Annals v25 n5 p419-26 Oct.

Hiebert, Elfrieda H. et al. Writing. A ResearchBased Writing Program for Students with High Access to Computers. ACOT Report #2. Apple Computer, Inc., Cupertino, CA. ED316200 16 p. Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow Research.

Higgins, J. (1983). Can computers teach? CALICO Journal, 1(2), 4-6.

Higgins, J. (1988). Language, learners and computers. London: Longman.

Higgins, J. (1991a). Fuel for learning: The neglected element of textbooks and CALL. CAELL Journal, 2 (2), 3-7.

Higgins, J. (1991b). Which concordances: A comparative review of MSDOS software. System, 19(1-2), 91-100.

Higgins, J., and Johns, T. (1984). Computers in language learning. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

Higgins, John. 1992. Diagnostics on the computer: Hopalong. CÆLL Journal v3, 4.

Higgins, John. A Phonetic Character Set for Language Teachers. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n1 p2 1989

Higgins, John. A Reply to Alan Hirvela's Reply. System v17 n1 p6770 1989

Higgins, John. Designing Rhubarb. C.A.L.L. Digest 4:4, 1988.

Higgins, John. Language, Learners and Computers. 1988. Longman: New York.

Higgins, John. The computer and grammar teaching. C.A.L.L. Digest 3:1, 1987

Higgins, Muriel. Programming for speech therapy. C.A.L.L. Digest 4:7, 1988.

Hill, Alison and Ann Browne. Talk and the microcomputer: An investigation in the infant classroom. Reading 22:1, April 1988.

Hill, C. A., Wallace, D. L., and Haas, C. (1991). Revising on-line: Computer technologies and the revising process. Computers and Composition, 9(1), 83-109.

Hiller, S., Rooney, E., and Jack, M. (1993). SPELL: An automated system for computer-aided pronunciation teaching. Speech Communication, 13, 463-473.

Hirose, Keikichi. 1993. Speech Signal Processing Using Optical Method. Speech Communication, v13 n1-2 p223-229 Oct.

Hobbs, Vicki M. and Osburn, Donald D. Distance Learning Evaluation Study Report II: An Inter and IntraState Comparison. A Study of North Dakota and Missouri Schools Implementing German I by Satellite. MidContinent Regional Educational Lab., Inc., Denver, Colo. Missouri Univ., Columbia. Dept. of Agricultural Economics. Missouri Univ., Columbia. Dept. of Practical Arts and VocationalTechnical Education. ED3171959 96 p.

Hocking, Joan. What can English instructors expect from CAI? College Microcomputer 5:2, May 1987.

Hoffman, R. (1991). Working hard, working smart, or avoiding work? Reflections on electronic editing as a learning environment. In J. C. Milton and S. T. Tong (eds.), Text analysis in computer assisted language learning: Applications, qualifications and developments (pp. 57-70). Working papers from a seminar held at City Polytechnic of Hong Kong, March 13-15. City Polytechnic of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Hoffman, R. (1993). The distance brings us closer: Electronic mail, ESL learner writers and teachers. In G. Davies and B. Samways (eds.), Teleteaching (pp. 391-399). Proceedings of a conference held at the University of Trondheim, August 1993. International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP), the University of Trondheim, and the Norwegian Computer Society.

Hoffman, R. (1994). The warm network, electronic mail, ESL learners, and the personal touch. On-CALL: The Australian Journal of Computers and Education, 8(2), 10-13.

Hoffman, Robert. 1992. Electronic Editing as a Means for Improving Student Writing. Perspectives v4, 1, spring, 13-28

Hofmeister, Alan M. et al. 1992. Learner Diversity and Instructional Video: Implications for Developers. Educational Technology v32 n7 p13-16 Jul.

Holbrook, Hilary Taylor. Issues in the Writing Lab: An ERIC/RCS Report. Writing Center Journal v9 n2 p6772 SprSum 1989.

Holdstein, Deborah H. Of Composition and Computers. 1987. Modern Language Association: New York.

Holliday, Cynthia The Database: , Tool for Curriculum Development and Integration. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n4 p68 1989

Holvig, Kenneth C. Jamming the Phone Lines: Pencils, Notebooks, and Modems (Computers in the Classroom). English Journal v78 n8 p6870 Dec 1989

Honeyfield, J. (1989). A typology of exercises based on computer generated concordance material. Guidelines, 11(1), 42-50.

Hooper, Hugh. The ESL Hypermedia Project. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n8 p9 1989

Hooper, Stephen C. Using Word Processors in High School and College Writing Instruction: A Critical Review of Current Literature. ED286203. 1987.

Hopalong. MS-DOS software. Desigend by J. Higgins. Shareware available from author, or via TESOL/CALL-IS: MS-DOS/Window User Group.

Hopwood, Tony. The Use of the WordProcessor in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language to Adults. Academic Reports. Bell Educational Trust, Cambridge (England). ED312892 49 p.

Horowitz, Ellis. An integrated system for creating educational software. Perspectives in Computing 8:1, Spring 1988.

Horton, Steven V. et al. Teaching Social Studies to High School Students with Academic Handicaps in a Mainstreamed Setting: Effects of a Computerized Study Guide. Journal of Learning Disabilities v22 n2 p10207 Feb 1989

Hotard, Stephen R. and Marion J. Cortez. Using Computer Assisted Instruction to Raise and Predict Achievement in Chapter 1 Students. 1988. ED293104.

Houle, Gail Ruppert. Teachers of CommunicativelyImpaired Students: To Use or Not to Use Computer Technology? Educational Technology v29 n6 p4345 Jun 1989

Hoven, Debra. 1992. CALL in a language learning environment. CÆLL Journal v3, 2.

Howard, T. (1992). WANS, connectivity, and computer literacy: An introduction and glossary. Computers and Composition, 9(3), 41-57.

Howie, Sherry Hill. Reading, writing and computers. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1988.

Hsu, J., Chapelle, C., and Thompson, A. (1993). Exploratory environments: What are they and do students explore? Journal of Educational Computing Research, 9(1), 1-15.

Hsu, Jackie. Do ESL Students Explore an Exploratory Environment. C.A.L.L. Digest v5 n5 p1011 1989

Huang, Tung-Shan. 1993. Chinese Data Processing: Text-to-Speech. Dissertation. Georgetown U, Washington DC.

Huang, X. D.; Hon, H. W.; Hwang, M. Y.; Lee, K. F. 1993. A Comparative Study of Discrete, Semicontinuous, and Continuous Hidden Markov Models. Computer Speech & Language, v7 n4 p359-368 Oct.

Hubbard, P. (1987). Language teaching approaches, the evaluation of CALL software, and design implications. In W. F. Smith (ed.), Modern media in foreign language education: Theory and implementation (pp. 227-254). Lincolnwood, IL: National Textbook.

Hubbard, P. (1988a). An interated framework for CALL courseware evaluation. CALICO Journal, 6(2), 51-72.

Hubbard, P. (1988b). The teacher in the machine. CATESOL Newsletter, 19(6), 5-6.

Hubbard, P. (1992). A methodological framework for CALL courseware development. In M. C. Pennington and V. Stevens (eds.) Computers in applied linguistics (pp. 39-45). Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Hubbard, P., Coady, J., Graney,, J., Mokhtari, K. , and Magoto, J. (1986). Report on a pilot study of the relationship of high frequency vocabulary knowledge and reading proficiency in ESL readers. Ohio University Working Papers in Linguistics and Language Teaching, 8, 48-57.

Hubbard, Philip. 1992. A methodological framework for CALL courseware development. In Pennington, Martha C. ; Stevens, Vance. (eds) Computers in Applied Linguistics. Multilingual Matters: Avon, England.

Hubbard, Philip. An integrated framework for CALL courseware evaluation. CALICO Journal 16:2, 1988.

Hubbard, Philip. Getting to the bottom line in software evaluation. C.A.L.L. Digest 4:8, 1988.

Hubbard, Philip. Language teaching approaches, the evaluation of CALL software, and design implications. In William Flint Smith (ed). 1987. Modern Media in Foreign Language Education.

Hubbard, Philip. Toward a methodology for CALL. C.A.L.L. Digest 4:2, 1988.

Huckin, T., Haynes, M., and Coady, J. (eds.) (1993). Second language reading and vocabulary learning. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Hughes, Bradley T. Balancing Enthusiasm with Skepticism: Training Writing Teachers in ComputerAided Instruction. Computers and Composition v7 n1 p6578 Nov 1989

Hughes, Helena E. 1993. Khorosho! An Interactive Videodisc Survival Russian Program. Foreign Language Annals, v26 n3 p393-398 Fall.

Hughes, Helena. Conversion of a TeacherDelivered Course into an Interactive VideodiscDelivered Program. Foreign Language Annals v22 n3 p28394 May 1989

Hull, Glynda Ann. Literacy, technology, and the underprepared: Notes toward a framework for action. Quarterly of the National Writing Project and the Center for the Study of Writing 10:3, July 1988.

Hull, Glynda et al. Computer detection of errors in natural language texts: some research on pattern-matching. Computers and the Humanities 21:2, April/June 1987.

Hulstijn, J. (1993). When do foreign-language readers look up the meaning of unfamiliar words? The influence of task and learner variables. Modern Language Journal, 77(2), 139-147.

Hunt, Nancy. 1993. A Review of Advanced Technologies for L2 Learning. TESOL Journal, v3 n1 p8-9 Autumn.

Hunt, Nancy; Pritchard, Robert. 1992. Using technology with LEP students: A look at current classroom practice. CÆLL Journal v3, 3.

Hunt, Nancy; Pritchard, Robert. 1993. English Express in the Classroom. CAELL Journal, v4 n2 p30-36 Summer.

Hunter, L. (1984). Student responses to using computer text editing. Journal of Developmental Education, 8, 13-14, 29.

Hyland, Ken. 1993. ESL Computer Writers: What Can We Do to Help? System, v21 n1 p21-30 Feb.

Hymes, D. (1974). Foundations in sociolinguistics: An ethnographic approach. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Hymes, D. (1981). Ethnographic monitoring. In H. Trueba, G. P. Guthrie, and K. H.-P. Au (eds.), Culture and the bilingual classroom: Studies in classroom ethnography (pp. 56-68). Rowley, MA: Newbury House.

HyperCard. Apple Computer, Cupertino, CA. (Formerly published by Claris).

HyperStudio. Roger Wagner Publishing, Inc., El Cajon, CA.

Hypertext. MacGuide Magazine 1:2, Spring 1988.

IBM Directory of Educational Objectives and Networkable Software for Grades K8 in Language Arts, Reading, and Mathematics. IBM Corp., Atlanta, GA. Educational Systems. ED317960 97 p.

Ikeda, Shinichi. The Japanese Word Processor. Journal of Reading 31:6, 1988.

Information Technology: Making It All Fit. Track II: Managing Technologies Integration. CAUSE, Boulder, Colo. ED305027 99 p. In: Information Technology: Making It All Fit. Proceedings of the CAUSE National Conference.

Insley, Robert G. Integrating Style Analysis Software into the Basic Business Communication Course. Bulletin of the Association for Business Communication v52 n4 p811 Dec 1989

Irish, Peggy M. and Trigg, Randall H. Supporting Collaboration in Hypermedia: Issues and Experiences. Journal of the American Society for Information Science v40 n3 p19299 May 1989

Irizarry, Estelle. Clone Poems and the Microcomputer. Hispania v72 n3 p787 91 Sep 1989

Irizarry, Estelle. Correcting composition on the computer. Hispania 71:2, May 1988.

Isaacson, Stephen et al. Teaching written expression; Directed reading and writing; Self-instructional strategy training; Computers and writing instruction. Teaching Exceptional Children 20:2, 1988

Isaak, Troy and Joseph, John. Authoring Software and Teaching Reading. Reading Teacher v43 n3 p25455 Dec 1989

Jain, Ajay Naresh. 1993. PARSEC: A Connectionist Learning Architecture for Parsing Spoken Language. Dissertation. Carnegie Mellon U, Pittsburgh.

James, C., and Garrett, P. (1991). Language awareness in the classroom. London: Longman.

James, E. (1976). The acquisition of prosodic features of speech using a speech visualiser. International Review of Applied Linguistics, 14, 227-243.

James, E. F.; Sherk, M. W. 1993. Project IVY (IIVVI): A CAI System. IRAL, v31 n1 p54-60 Feb.

Jamieson, J., and Chapelle, C. (1987). Working styles on computers as evidence of second language learning strategies. Language Learning, 37, 523-544.

Jamieson, J., and Chapelle, C. (1988) Using CALL effectively: What do we need to know about students? System, 16, 151-162.

Jamieson, J., Norfleet, L., and Berbisada, N. (1993). Successes, failures, and dropouts in computer-assisted language lessons. CAELL Journal, 4, 12-20.

Jamieson, Joan and Carol Chapelle. Using CALL effectively: What do we need to know about students? System 16:2, 1988

Jamieson, Joan; Campbell, John; Norfleet, Leslie; Berbisada, Nora. 1993. Reliability of a Computerized Scoring Routine for an Open-Ended Task. System, v21 n3 p305-322 Aug.

Järborg, Jerker. The construction of a comprehensive lexical network. Literary and Linguistic Computing 3:3, 1988.

Jensen, Alfred W. and Lyman, Mary Ann. SSI: Survival Spanish Interactive. In Flint Smith, Wm. Modern Technology in Foreign Language Education: Applications and Projects. 1989. Lincolnwood: NTC.

Jensen, Eva Dam. Production of video programs for FLTA neglected area. System 16:1, 1988.

Jerger, Susan; Pirozzolo, Francis; Jerger, James; Elizondo, Rodolfo; Desai, Shevon; Wright, Elizabeth; Reynosa, Raymond. 1993. Developmental Trends in the Interaction between Auditory and Linguistic Processing. Perception and Psychophysics, v54 n3 p310-320 Sept.

Jex, William W. Microcomputers and English language instruction: A few years later. CALICO Journal 5:3, March 1988.

Jiyad, Mohammed. 1993. Arabic in High Schools Pedagogical, Linguistic and Technological Components. Computer Assisted Language Learning, v6 n1 p51-64.

Jobe, Linda G. Office Machines in the Writing Class: A Bibliographical Essay. Teaching English in the Two Year College v16 n3 p17985 Oct 1989

Johns, T. (1986). Micro-concord: A language-learner's research tool. System, 14(2), 151-162.

Johns, T. (1988). Whence and whither classroom concordancing? In T. Bongaerts, P. de Haan, S. Lobbe, and H. Wekker (eds.) Computer applications in language learning (pp. 9-33). Dordrecht: Foris.

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