Learning Japanese in the Network Society

University of Calgary Press | 2002-03 | ISBN: 155238070X | PDF | 212 pages | 3 MB

This book addresses current issues of computer-assisted language learning (CALL) shared by language-teaching professionals in the new global network society. It focuses on the teaching and learning of Japanese as a second language, but is highly applicable to any language instruction. Collection emerged from previously unpublished presentations by leading Japanese scholars at the International Conference on Computer Technology and Japanese Language Education held at the University of Toronto.




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