This bibliography is a sequel to volume I of the International Bibliography of Computer Assisted Language Learning compiled by the Senior Editor and published in 1988. The roughly 2000 entries mainly cover the period from 1987 to 1991. Together, the 3051 entries in volumes I and II constitute a fairly comprehensive picture of CALL around the world. This bibliography is not restricted to English as a first, second or foreign language. The articles indexed - some 600 of them have annotations in German - report on the teaching of Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese, Czech, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Polish, Russian, Spanish and Thai as target languages. A German and an English subject index help to locate entries.
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About the Author
The Authors: Udo O.H. Jung was educated at the universities of Freiburg and Edinburgh. He is currently Director of the Language Centre at Bayreuth University.
Gothild Lieber was educated at the universities of Leipzig and Moscow. She was Professor of Applied Psycholinguistics (Russian) at the University of Leipzig.
Table of Contents
Contents: Hardware - Courseware Development - Programming Languages - Authoring Systems - Word Processors - Hypertext - Interactive Video - Data Bases - Simulations - Text Reconstruction - Games - Translation - Testing - Software - Telecommunications - Concordances - Drill & Practice - Vocabulary Programmes - Evaluation - Artificial Intelligence.