Research and Survey Reports

Facilitating Language Learning Through Technology: A Literature Review on Computer-Assisted Language Learning

ISBN/CODE N/A Categories: , Tag:

Choose option(s) to show the final price.

A review of research on successful implementation of computer-assisted language learning (CALL) to help teachers decide which technologies to use and when to use them inside and outside the language classroom.

10% discount for purchases of 15 or more copies.


Computer-assisted language learning (CALL) can be effective in enabling learners to work autonomously, to receive individualized feedback, and to be exposed to real-world language in a range of varieties and voices. Deciding on which technology to use and then learning how to use it, however, represent onerous tasks for teachers. To make this process easier, CASLT commissioned researchers from the Language Research Centre (LRC) at the University of Calgary to review and summarize selected research on implementing CALL effectively, both inside and outside of language classrooms.


There are no reviews yet.

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.

Free Sample

Become a Member

CASLT supports its members by creating opportunities for professional development, initiating and disseminating research, and facilitating the exchange of information and ideas among language educators. Memberships start at only $45 per year!

Compare Membership Categories Sign up today