More ideas from J.
Always wanted to run a prison? Learn about Bentham's "panopticum" concept here. [Great when reading Foucault!]

Always wanted to run a prison? Learn about Bentham's "panopticum" concept here. [Great when reading Foucault!

A dual language e-book app

Lingogo App Encourages Language Learning with Stories

Not exactly CALL - but another example of how interlinear texts/bilingual texts can be arranged, this time in a journal format.

we highlight 10 robot stories of 2015 with examples autonomous and semi-autonomous machines that are pushing the brink of computing power.

A fun kickstarter project that develops multilingual stories

One Third Stories is raising funds for Learn languages through stories on Kickstarter! A children's book that starts in English and ends in a different language to help kids learn in the most enjoyable way possible.

Includes a chapter on computer-assisted language learning

Although Gender Studies have found their way into most domains of academic research and teaching, they are not directly in the spotlight of foreign language teaching pedagogy and research.

The MElang-E project develops a multilingual language learning game - release date probably early 2017!

The MElang-E project develops a multilingual language learning game - release date probably early

The MuViT story softwares gives elementary school kids the opportunity to read interesting stories in several languages. Great, for example, for English language learning in a multilingual setting! More infos: http://mu-vit.eu/

The MuViT story softwares gives elementary school kids the opportunity to read interesting stories in several languages. Great, for example, for English language learning in a multilingual setting! More infos: http://mu-vit.eu/