SC=Session Chair, CD=CALL for Development, RP=Research and Development, R=Research
8:30 Registration Registration 8:30
9:00 Keynote Address 2  (3F Main Hall) Keynote Address 2  (3F Main Hall) 9:00
CALL: A Strange Attractor in Language Education in South America CALL: A Strange Attractor in Language Education in South America
10:00                                                                (Vera Menezes)                                                     a-002                                                                (Vera Menezes)                                                     a-002 10:00
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  Moodle Village Corpus Online & Chat Audio-visual Writing & Blogging Listening & Speech CALL Bridges the World CALL in Diversity  
  SC: Yuko Ikuta SC: Maiko Ikeda SC: Seijiro Sumi  SC: Kazuhito Ishii SC: Toshihiko Shiotsu SC: Yuji Okuda SC: Taichi Kameyama SC: Hisako Yamauchi  
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An exploratory study on learner characteristics and  the use of Moodle (Chiu Tsuo-Lin) The roles of quantifiers in argumentative writing and classroom activities in a corpus-based approach (Nozomi Miki) Learner strategy use in an avatar and chat-based virtual world (Mark Peterson)  Reconsidering visual teaching materials in the Digital Age (Junichi Azuma) Facilitating the autonomy of Japanese university  freshmen in an extensive EFL reading class: Investigating narratives in their blogs and journals (Takayo Kawabe)  Pervasive CALL learner training for improving listening proficiency (Philip Hubbard, Kenneth Romeo ) Construction of gender in intercultural online language learning environments (Nina Langton) Introducing computer-assisted language learning (CALL) into traditional EFL programs in Saudi Arabia (Abbad Alabbad )
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Employing CANLDE reading and Moodle to promote extracurricular extensive reading: From learners' perspectives (Yu Hsiu Lin)  Collaborative corpus research (Tetsuya Kashiwagi) A high school and college joint project using text and voice correspondence for business language training (Goh Kawai, Miki Misumi) Development and practice of an electronic phrasal verb wordbook with GIF animations (Shinsuke Yoshida) EFL students' language awareness in an e-mail tandem activity (Akihiko Sasaki, Osamu Takeuchi) Listening training for Japanese high School students using web-based software (Yasuyuki Mizohata) SNS activities between Japanese students and Internet users from all over the world: Seeking friendship beyond the classroom (Tomoko Nozawa) Attitudinal change towards novel technologies in foreign language teaching situations (Grace Wiebe, Kaori Kabata)
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The case for online feedback discussion tasks using Moodle to increase undergraduate EFL learning (Richard Lewis Beal)  The marriage between corpus-based linguistics and lexico-grammar instruction: Using advise, recommend, and suggest as an example (Wen-Shuenn Wu)   How can 3D virtual worlds contribute to language education? (Ton Koenraad)  The effect of online peer feedback on EFL writing: Focusing on Japanese university students (Kunitaro Mizuno, Reina Wakabayashi) A principles-based approach to teach listening in a CALL-integrated classroom (Chen-Hui Tsai, Lisha Xu) Enhancing cooperative language learning and intercultural experience through the use of technology (Masayuki Kato) Students' participation in and views on e-portfolio learning in correlation to academic ability (Kwok Kwan Yuen Linda)
11:50 11:50
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11:50 Lunch  Lunch  11:50
11:5013:20             Courseware Showcase  (Room 401/402/403) 11:5013:20             Courseware Showcase  (Room 401/402/403)
13:20 12:0013:10             Commercial Presentations  (2F Multi-Purpose Hall) 12:0013:10    Commercial Presentations  (SEIBIDO Publishing Co., Ltd. )   2F 13:20
13:20 Keynote Address 3  (3F Main Hall) Keynote Address 3  (3F Main Hall) 13:20
Errors and Intelligence in CALL: Bridging a World of Diverse Learners Errors and Intelligence in CALL: Bridging a World of Diverse Learners
14:20                                                                (Trude Heift)                                                     a-003                                                                (Trude Heift)                                                     a-003 14:20
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  Moodle Village Corpus Online & Chat Audio-visual Writing & Blogging Listening & Speech CALL Bridges the World CALL in Diversity  
  SC: Soichiro Oku SC: Bernard Susser SC: Seiko Oguri SC: Eiichi Yubune SC: Shinji Fukuda SC: Akinobu Kanda SC: Naoki Sugino SC: Naoki Sugimori  
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Using Praat and Moodle for teaching segmental and suprasegmental pronunciation (Ian Wilson) Corpus-based analysis of modals in consecutive sentences (Robert Chartrand, Hidenobu Kunichika, Akira Takeuchi)  Collaborative language learning in cyber face-to-face interaction: The perspectives of the learner (Yuping Wang, Nian-Shing Chen) Focus on form using digital recording for Japanese tertiary level students (Masako Sasaki) Limiting writing task freedom by constraining Cmap link type (Lawrie Hunter)  Computer-assisted prosody training: Creating software and its findings (Midori Iba) Patterns of language learning in a cross-cultural bilingual kepal project (Kaori Kabata, Yasuyo Edasawa) The effect of tandem learning on language development (Jack Bower, Satomi Kawaguchi)
15:00 15:00
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Building a lexical syllabus on Moodle for EFL productive academic vocabulary (Ming-Chia Lin, Hsien-Chin Liou) Lexico-grammatical DDL lessons using a bilingual concordancer (Kiyomi Chujo, Chikako Nishigaki) The effect of Skype-based video chats with volunteer Filipino English teachers (II): Discovering the superiority of video chat (Ikuyo (Mayuko) Ryobe)   The role of e-mail in ESL/EFL writing (Alipanahi Fatemeh) Development of a Japanese pronunciation training system for learners' speech recognition (Masaaki Shimizu, Yukio Iwata, Kazushige Tanaka, Kyoko Komatsu, Junkichi Suzuki) Student motivation and satisfaction in learning English and culture in the BBS-based Intercultural Exchange Project (Naoko Kasami) Learner satisfaction in blended learning and implications for CALL implementation (Bruno Di Biase, Satomi Kawaguchi)
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Academic writing with blogs and a Moodle forum (Marcel Van Amelsvoort, Michael Beamer) Scaffolding prompts and a web concordancer as support for language learning (Chang Wen Li, Sun Yu-Chih) Learners' mechanical errors in Internet chatting and their correction strategies: A case study of Indonesian NNS learners (Neny Isharyanti)   Possibilities of Web 2.0 technology in teaching EFL writing: Use of groupware, weblogs and blogcasting (Masami Yasuda) Improving pronunciation via accent reduction and text-to-speech software (Ferit Kilickaya) We Argentines are not as other people: Collaborative learning online in an under-served country (Marie-Noëlle Lamy) (45 min.) Blogging, collaborative writing, and multimodal literacy in an EFL context (Hsien-Chin Liou)
16:10 16:10
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16:10 Coffee Break Coffee Break 16:10
16:1516:45             Poster Sessions  (5F Lobby) 16:1516:45   Poster Sessions  (5F Lobby)
16:50 16:1516:45             Commercial Presentations  (2F Multi-Purpose Hall) 16:1516:45   Commercial Presentations  (The Institute for International Business Communication TOEIC Steering Committee)  2F 16:50
16:50 Special Projects Special Projects   16:50
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Moving Learning Materials from Paper to Online and Beyond
(Thomas Robb, Toshiko Koyama, Judy Noguchi)
TTS (Text-To-Speech) Technology for Language Teaching
(Junichi Azuma, Hideto Harashima, Chew Lee Chin)
ICT-based English Language Education toward Creating Asian-Pacific Intelligence (Michiko Nakano) CALL in an ESP Context: TUMSAT's Maritime English Initiative
(Naoyuki Takagi)
Smart and Interactive e-Learning System Based on Smartive
(Nobukazu Yoshioka, Shinichi Honiden)
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19:00 Bay Cruise Bay Cruise 19:00
Poster Sessions Symposia
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CALL software evaluation in the Middle East context (Mohamed Lotfi Ben Ahmed) Learning cultural differences through CALL (Indra Charismiadji) An e-assessment system for young learners (Eri Hirata, Chakkrit Snae, Michael Brueckner) Yookoso goes Flash: But is it all sparkle? (Barbara Bourke) Teaching approaches towards the integration of iPod technology in the EFL classroom (William Pellowe, Nicolas Gromik, Robert Chartrand) Mobile technologies and language learning in Japan: Learn anywhere, anytime (Midori Kimura, Hiroyuki Obari, Yukinari Shimoyama, Yoshiko Goda)
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Fostering global teacher training: The design and practice of a web-based discussion forum as a knowledge building community (Chizuko Kushima, Hiroyuki Obari, Yuri Nishihori) The use of Moodle for an academic writing class at Satya Wacana Christian University: Challenges and impact (Neny Isharyanti) Multimodal learning of Japanese speech sounds by native English speakers (Yukari Hirata, Spencer D. Kelly, Emily Cullings, Jason Demakakos,  Jennifer Simester, Jackie Burch) Teaching reading skills and improving reading speed with "Effective Reading" (Makoto Shishido) Courseware Showcase
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Promoting iPods as a teaching tool to develop teachers' confidence in using technology (Cecilia Trevino) E-mail requests of elementary school students in Japan (Kazue Kunimoto) Using Korean TV news to promote Japanese learners' listening and speaking skills (Tadahiko Maeda) Development of a CALL program to improve learners' analytical approach to the polysemous senses of L2 adjectives (Noriko Aotani, Taichi Kameyama) Building bridges: Technology, community building and BBC Learning English (Paul Scott, Catherine Chapman) OpenSource CMS modules (Paul Daniels) The NDSU virtual lecture series: An on-demand study companion (Sachiko Takahashi) Developing software for virtual student-teacher conferencing (Hui-mei Hsu, Fu-Chiang Pan, Teresa Chen)
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Wiki as a medium of scaffolding for process writing: A study of an online collaborative writing project for Taiwanese EFL learners (Yu-Chuan Joni Chao, Chung Kai Huang, Hao-Chang Lo, Yin-Sha Liu) The effects of using online grammar games on student motivation and performance (Hui-Mei Hsu, Fu-Chiang Pan) Developing a seamless learning environment integrating e-learning (PCs) and m-learning (mobile phones) (Yuichiro Yoshinari) What PCs and the Internet can do to facilitate speaking activities in English teaching in elementary schools (Miyuki Takahashi, Yoshikazu Yanagi) Developing an automatic text and video synchronization tool, SyncVOA, for ESL learners (Berlin Chen, Howard Chen) Using animated characters and speech recognition technologies to teach speech acts (Hao-Jan Chen, Feng-Fan Wei) Improving students' pronunciation with text-to-speech software (Reima Sado Al-Jarf)
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Are language learners myna birds?: A note of warning from a serious speech engineer (Nobuaki Minematsu)