“Farewell to Technosnobbery!”
Bloch, J. and M. J. Wilkinson. (2014)
Teaching Digital Literacies
. TESOL: Alexandria.
Dudeney, Gavin, N. Hockly, and M. Pegrum. (2013).
. Pearson: Harlow.
Levy M. & Hubbard P. (2005) Why call CALL “CALL”?
Computer Assisted Language Learning
18, 3: 143-149.
25 Centuries of Language Teaching
. (1969). Newbury House: Rowley, MA.
Pegrum, Mark. (2009).
From Blogs to Bombs: The Future of Digital Technologies in Education.
UWA Publishing: Western Australia.
Standage, Tom. (1998).
The Victorian Internet: The Remarkable Story of the Telegraph and the Nineteenth Century's On-line Pioneers.
The Berkley Publishing Group: New York.
Walker, Aisha and Goodith White. (2013)
Technology Enhanced Language Learning: connecting theory and practice.
Oxford University Press.
General Resources for Computer-assisted Language Learning
"Can Students Have Too Much Tech?" by Susan Pinker
Article on "edupunk" in Wikipedia
English as a Second Language Writing Online Workshop (ESL-WOW)
Avoiding Plagiarism (part of
Electronic Village Online (Free 5-week courses that are offered by TESOL CALL Interest Section each January and February)
How E-Reading Threatens Learning in the Humanities (by Naomi S. Baron) This piece includes an interesting discussion about the advantages and disadvantages of e-texts.
Language Learning & Technology Journal
Learning2gether: (Online community of English teachers who meet weekly to teach one another)
Quadro Interactivo Multimédia Tecnologia ou Metodologia
Free Tech Tools for Language Educators
Webheads in Action
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