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Innovative practices in computer assisted language learning

OLBI Working Papers - Vol. 5

Author: Catherine Seewald/18 June 2013/Categories: Professional Network Forum, ILOB/OLBI/Canada

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The 5th issue of the Working Papers of the Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute (OLBI, University of Ottawa) have been published recently. The publication consists of 13 articles stemming from the 2012 Symposium which theme was 'Innovative Practices in Computer Assisted Languages'. This special issue also highlights the 5th anniversary of the Canadian Centre for Studies and Research on Bilingualism and Language Planning (CCERBAL).

OLBI Working Papers are a peer reviewed publication of OLBI and CCERBAL. Articles published address issues linked to the questions of second language acquisition and language teaching; new technologies used in language instruction; evaluation of language skills; linguistic and social aspects of individual and societal bilingualism; language policy and planning; official languages; and any other topics related to the above fields in tall languages. 

April 2013, Vol 5: Innovative practices in computer assisted language learning
Electronic version (ISSN 1923-2489)

OLBI is a member of the Professional Network Forum of the European Centre for Modern Languages (ECML) of the Council of Europe. This platform is formed of international assocations and institutions that share common values and have overlapping expertise in the field of language education and assessment. Under the auspices of the ECML, the members of the Forum have agreed to share their know-how and have committed themselves to work together on areas of common interest in the service of language education.

ECML work in the area of new media in language education

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