A Bibliography (mostly) on Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication in ESL.

By Nigel Caplan, Michigan State University English Language Center

Almeida d’Eça, T. (2002). To chat or not to chat in the EFL classroom, that is the question! Retrieved December 15, 2002 from http://www.malhatlantica.pt/teresadeca/papers/evora2002/chat-and-efl.htm

Blake, R (2000). Computer mediated communication: A Window on L2 Spanish interlanguage. Language Learning and Technology, 4:1, 120-136. Retrieved Jan 4, 2003 from http://llt.msu.edu/vol4num1/blake/default.html

Cummins, J. (2001). From the inner-city to the global village: The microcomputer as a catalyst for collaborative learning and cultural exchange. In Baker, C. & Hornberger, N.H. (Eds.). An Introductory Reader to the Writings of Jim Cummins (pp. 201-214). Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.

Darhower, M. (2002). Interactional features of synchronous computer-mediated communication in the intermediate L2 class: A sociocultural case study. CALICO Journal, 19, 249-275

Doughty, C. and Long, M. (2001). Optimal psycholinguistic environments for distance foreign language learning. Draft paper retrieved Jan 4, 2003 from http://langinnovate.msu.edu/doughty_long_outline.html

Fernandez-García, M. & Martinez-Arbelaiz, A. (2002). Negotiation of meaning in nonnative speaker-nonnative speaker synchronous discussions. CALICO Journal, 19, 279-294

Freiermuth, M.R. (2001). Native speakers or non-native speakers: Who has the floor? Online and face-to-face interaction in culturally mixed small groups. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 14, 169-199

Gonzalez-Lloret, M. (2003). Designing task-based CALL to promote interaction: En busca de esmeraldas. Language Learning and Technology, 7:1, 86-104 . Retrieved Jan 4, 2003 from http://llt.msu.edu/vol7num1/gonzalez/default.html

Kern, R.G. (1995). Restructuring classroom interaction with networked computers: Effects on quantity and characteristics of language production. The Modern Language Journal, 79, 457-473

Lee, L. (2002). Enhancing learners’ communication skills through synchronous electronic interaction and task-based instruction. Foreign Language Annals, 35, 16-23

Murray, D.E. (2002, April). New technologies: Learning from teaching and research. Plenary session at the 36th Annual TESOL Convention, Salt Lake City, UT

Murray, D.E. (2000a). Protean communication: The Language of computer-mediated communication. TESOL Quarterly, 34, 397-421

Murray, D.E. (2000b). Changing technologies, changing literacy communities? Language Learning and Technology, 4:2, 43-58. Retrieved April 3, 2002, from http://llt.msu.edu/vol4num2/murray/default.html

Negretti, R. (1999). Web-based activities and SLA: A Conversation analysis research approach. Language Learning and Technology, 3:1, 75-87 . Retrieved Jan 4 from http://llt.msu.edu/vol3num1/negretti/index.html

von der Emde, S., Schneider, J. & Kötter, M. (2001). Technically speaking: Transforming language learning through virtual learning environments (MOOs). The Modern Language Journal, 85, 210-225

Sotillo, S.M. (2000). Discourse functions and syntactic complexity in synchronous and asynchronous communication. Language Learning and Technology, 4:1, 82-119. Retrieved April 3, 2002, from http://llt.msu.edu/vol4num1/sotillo/default.html

Warschauer, M. (1996). Comparing face-to-face and electronic discussion in the second language classroom. CALICO Journal, 13: 2/3, 7-25


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