The first volume of the Heinle Professional Series in Language Instruction addresses ways in which technology can be adapted to suit various teaching methodologies and integrated into the foreign language curriculum.
Section 1: TECHNOLOGICAL TOOLS FOR LANGUAGE TEACHING.
JOAN CLIFFORD, SAMANTHA EARP, DEB REISINGER: Course Management Systems and Foreign Language Curricula: The Case of Blackboard at Duke University.
FERNANDO RUBIO: On-line Feedback in Foreign Language Writing.
EKATERINA NEMTCHINOVA: Creating Original Language Teaching Materials with Presentation Software.
JEAN LELOUP, ROBERT PONTERIO: FLTEACH: On-line Professional Development for Preservice and Inservice Foreign Language Teachers.
Section 2: COURSE DEVELOPMENT & DESIGN.
SILVIO AVENDANO: Surfing Together: Training EFL Teachers to Use the Internet.
LARA LOMICKA, GILLIAN LORD: Going Virtual: Inviting Guests into the Classroom.
CHERYL KRUEGER: Humanizing Language Courses with Technology, Songs, and Film.
JESSAMINE COOKE-PLAGWITZ: Using the Internet to Train Language Teachers to Use the Internet: A Special Topics Course for Teachers of German.
JÖRG WALTJE: Wireless Tutoring Forums.
CAROLINE SCHAUMANN, ANNE GREEN: Enhancing the Study of Literature with the Web: Collaborative Projects for Advanced German.
Section 3: DIGITAL VIDEO & STREAMING.
COLLEEN RYAN-SCHEUTZ: Progretto Italica: Integrating On-line Courseware Through Student Web Page Term Projects.
JUNKO UENO, MARK KNOWLES: Enhancement of Student Creativity and Motivation Using Japanese Adobe PhotoShop Elements.
SUSAN CARPENTER BINKLEY: Using Digital Video of Native Speakers to Enhance Listening Comprehension and Cultural Competence.
DIANNA L. MURPHY, BONNIE L. YOUNGS: From the Classroom to the Web: applying Best Practices from Foreign Language Education in the Development of Web-based Listening Materials.
SÉBASTIEN DUBREIL: When Students Become Directors: Redefining the role of the Learner in the Foreign Language Classroom.
GLENN S. LEVINE, SUSAN MORSE: Integrating Diverse Digital Media in a Global Simulation German Course.
Section 4: COMPUTER-MEDIATED INTERACTION.
REBECCA L. CHISM: Electronic Message Boards: Conversations and Communications Beyond the Classroom.
J. SCOTT PAYNE: Making the Most of Synchronous and Asynchronous Discussion in Foreign Language Instruction.
LAWRENCE WILLIAMS: Preparing Students to Use Real-Time Chat in a Language-Learning Environment.
SALLY SIELOFF MAGNAN, MARCY FARRELL, MING-FONG JAN, JINA LEE, CHUNG-PEI TSAI, ROBIN WORTH: Wireless Communication: Bringing the Digital World into the Language Classroom.
EILEEN KETCHUM: Bridging the Gap between Language and Literature: E-mail Exchanges in the FL Classroom.
Section 5: RESEARCH IN CALL ENVIRONMENTS.
CAROL A. CHAPELLE, LILY COMPTON, ESTHER KON, SHANNON SAURO: Theory, Research & Practice in CALL: Making the Links.
CAROLYN GASCOIGNE: Distance Education and Foreign Language Learning: Discerning Muted Voices.
DOROTHY M. CHUN, EVELYN REDER WADE: Collaborative Cultural Exchanges with Asynchronous CMC.
LINA LEE: Perspectives of Nonnative Speakers of Spanish on Two Types of On-line Collaborative Exchanges: Promises and Challenges.