SC=Session Chair, CD=CALL for Development, RP=Research and Development, R=Research
8:30 Registration Registration 8:30
9:00 Keynote Address 4  (3F Main Hall) Keynote Address 4  (3F Main Hall) 9:00
Bridges, Chopsticks and Shoelaces: Normalising Computers and Computer Technologies in Language Classrooms Bridges, Chopsticks and Shoelaces: Normalising Computers and Computer Technologies in Language Classrooms
10:00                                                                (Stephen Bax)                                                     a-004                                                                (Stephen Bax)                                                     a-004 10:00
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  Tools Vocabulary Learning Learner Autonomy Reading Skills CALL in Curriculum (1) CALL in Curriculum (2) CALL in Context CALL in Diversity  
  SC: Yuri Nishihori SC: Thomas Robb SC: Atsushi Mizumoto SC: Fumihiro Takase SC: Atsuko Kuramoto SC: Michiyo Maeda SC: Yuka Ishikawa SC: Atsushi Fujimoto  
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Development of and effectiveness in vocabulary learning content for mobile phones in Japan (Yukinari Shimoyama,  Midori Kimura) Development of web-based vocabulary courseware: A study on effective vocabulary learning (Junko Takefuta) Evaluating learners' autonomy in a blended course to teach Spanish for medics  (Cecilia Trevino) Facilitating learner reflection in individual learning in an LMS: An exploratory study in EFL reading skill development (Maiko Ikeda, Osamu Takeuchi, Seijiro Sumi) Using anime as a teaching tool in US undergraduate courses (Hiroko Furo) The challenge of brainstorming over the Internet: Reflections on a Finnish-Japanese business communication research project (Virpi Serita) Towards a cultural history of CALL (Gary Motteram) Computer keystroke logging and the study of revisions in the EFL classroom (Erifili Roubou)
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The development and evaluation of a mobile language learning application for listening comprehension in English: Towards a successful design of mobile language learning application (M. Yamada, N. Shimada, S. Kitamura, E. Yamaguchi, R. Harrison, M. Miyake, Y. Tateno, T. Nagaoka, M. Nakano, T. Akiyama, J. Nakahara) Corpus research and its application in ESP programs: Lexical profiling of reading materials using frequency vocabulary lists (Akiko Hagiwara, Mao Naito) The E-job 100 project: CALL for increasing motivation for English learning in Japan (Akiyoshi Suzuki, Teresa Kuwamura) Developing a computerized readability estimation program with a web-searching function to match text difficulty with individual learners' reading ability (Yoshinori Miyazaki, Ken Norizuki) The effects and learning management of English e-learning at Kyushu University (Toshihiro Shimizu) Teaching EFL using blended learning approach (Indra Charismiadji) Essential conversations: Four visions of CALL (Mark Pegrum) Implicit and explicit CALL instruction with a concordancer: The acquisition of English causative alternation (Wang Yuxia)
11:15 11:15
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Skype: An evaluation and a training tool in an ESL classroom (Revathi Viswanathan) A CALL project with low-level EFL students (Aaron P. Campbell, Ian Brown, York Weatherford) Building the ARC: Creating an autonomy resource center (Anthony C. Cripps) Using a perceptual measure to evaluate students' acceptance of digitally created English learning content (John Clayton, Jun Iwata) Integrating CALL into the curriculum (Alan Bessette, Pierre Babineau, Hitomi Kwon, Mayumi Nakamura) Integrating tutors and CALL in the EFL curriculum (Robert Gettings) Learning after school: Construction of a database of pre- and post-graduation language-learning biographies (Tatsuya Ohta, Ikumi Waragai) Student weblogs and the provision of choice (John Eidswick, John Eidswick, Matt Apple)
12:05 12:05
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12:05 Lunch  Lunch  12:05
12:0513:35             Courseware Showcase  (Room 401/402/403) 12:0513:35   Courseware Showcase  (Room 401/402/403)
13:35 12:1513:25             Commercial Presentations  (2F Multi-Purpose Hall) 12:1513:25   Commercial Presentations (THE SOCIETY FOR TESTING ENGLISH PROFICIENCY, INC. / LOTTE Co., Ltd.)   2F 13:35
  Room 409 Room 410 Room 411 Room 412 Room 413 Room 414 Room 502 Room 503  
  Tools Vocabulary Learning Learner Autonomy Reading Skills CALL in Curriculum (1) CALL in Curriculum (2) CALL in Context CALL in Diversity  
  SC: Yuichiro Yoshinari SC: Hiroyuki Imai SC: Toru Kinoshita SC: Larry Kimber SC: Akihiko Sasaki SC: Hideko Nakano SC: Harumi Oishi SC: Tatsuya Sakaue  
13:35 d-124   RP d-125  RD d-126   RD d-127   RP d-128   RP d-129   RP d-130   R d-131   RD 13:35
Japanese Grammar Wiki learner experience (Suzuko Anai) Lexical development using spreadsheets (Toshihiko Shiotsu) CALL e-portfolios: Developing reflective and autonomous learning (Salomi Papadima-Sophocleous)  Comparison between online and paper-based reading tests (Chieko Oba) Digital natives vs. EFL digitalized learners: A case study investigating Taiwanese computer literates in a computer-based EFL classroom (Po-Yen Hsu, Yu-Ting Hung) Questionnaire research based on the students' evaluation of creating webpage projects at the Department of Information and Science (Koji Morinaga) Willingness to communicate online in the L2 (Christine Appel) (45 min.) Using mobile phones in the EFL classroom (Aaron P. Campbell)
14:05 14:05
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An ngram-based statistical grammar checker for ESL learners (Howard Chen)  A framework for automatic generation of grammar and vocabulary questions (Ayako Hoshino, Hiroshi Nakagawa) Towards the computer-assisted learning of English phraseology (Martin Warren)   Voices from EFL teachers: A qualitative investigation of teachers' use of CALL (Seijiro Sumi, Osamu Takeuchi, Maiko Ikeda) Collaborative development of EFL in Vietnam through open source software (John Brine, E. Marcia Johnson) Enriching the students' learning experience while "enriching" the budget (Alexandra Ludewig) A natural-language paraphrase generator for on-line monitoring and commenting incremental sentence construction by L2 learners of German (Karin Harbusch, Gerard Kempen, Theo Vosse)
14:40 14:40
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Interactive whiteboards and enhanced interactivity: A case study of EFL students in Japan (Michael Thomas) The effects of repetition on vocabulary e-learning (Yuka Ishikawa, Yukie Koyama) The effects of "CALL-alone" and "CALL-plus": L2 vocabulary gains and learners' attitudes (Chieko Kawauchi)   Promoting discussion skills in the CALL classroom (Adam Clifton, Satoko Ito, Michael Shawback)  A practical report on enhancing English ability through the effective use of CALL (Toshiko Yoshimura, Haruo Nishinoh) CALL, Bangladesh and BBC Learning English (Paul Scott, Catherine Chapman) A prototype for a dedicated task-based VOIP eTandem language exchange environment (Nobuko Kishi, Tony Mullen)
15:15 15:15
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15:15 Coffee Break Coffee Break 15:15
15:2015:50             Poster Sessions  (5F Lobby) 15:2015:50             Poster Sessions  (5F Lobby)
15:55 15:2015:50             Commercial Presentations  (2F Multi-Purpose Hall) 15:2015:50             Commercial Presentations  (2F Multi-Purpose Hall) 15:55
15:55 Panel Discussion  (3F Main Hall)          Panel Discussion  (3F Main Hall)          15:55
                    CALL Bridges the World             c-002                     CALL Bridges the World            c-002
17:25 (Mike Levy, Ana Gimeno-Sanz, Robert Fischer, Thomas Robb, Osamu Takeuchi) (Mike Levy, Ana Gimeno-Sanz, Robert Fischer, Thomas Robb, Osamu Takeuchi) 17:25
17:25 Closing Ceremony  (3F Main Hall) Closing Ceremony  (3F Main Hall) 17:25
Poster Sessions Symposia
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Learning vocabulary through reading in relation to learner proficiency level, word frequency and contextual richness (Naoki Furuhi) Integrating Internet skills into a science-based ESP curriculum (Eric Hail, Joseph Hosbach, Michael Shawback, Will Baber) A corpus-based analysis of a cross-cultural e-pal project (Nam-Sook Chung) Web 2.0 in and out of the language classroom (Chung-Kai Huang, Yu-Chuan Joni Chao, Chun-Yu Lin) Examining proficiency, stability, and automaticity in SLA using eye-movement and brain science approaches (Toru Kinoshita, Setsuko Miyamoto, Hiroyuki Imai, Harumi Oishi) Project Ibunka: An international collaborative online project (Masahito Watanabe, Namsook Chung, Su-hsun Tsai, Naoko Kasami)
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Teaching the letters of the alphabet in English in elementary schools with CALL (Miyuki Takahashi, Yoshikazu Yanagi) Outcomes of secondary education interactive e-learning systems (Nobuo Sekita, Taishi Nakamura) An Internet-based personal reading program: A program for Japanese EFL learners to overcome individual weaknesses (Hironobu Okazaki,  Haruhiko Nitta, Shin'ichi Hashimoto) Exploring the influences of speech variables on EFL teachers' evaluations of fluency, persuasiveness, and overall evaluation in oral academic presentation: ESL for Japanese university students in life science (Sayaka Kamio, Naoshi Hiraoka, Yasushi Tsubota, Masatake Dantsuji) Courseware Showcase
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Automating assessments: Using a PERL program to sort students (Peter Ilic) The effect of computer-based visual glosses in terms of a situation model: In the setting of English spatial polysemous words (Akio Suzuki, Takeshi Sato) The question creation activity module: Making autonomous learning a reality in a Moodle (Peter Ruthven-Stuart) Measuring lexical richness in EFL writing with the lexical frequency profile (Naoki Sugimori) An ESP program for pilots and air traffic controllers (Haruhiko Nitta, Hironobu Okazaki) MaxAuthor: A freely available authoring system for Windows and Moodle (Scott Brill) A movie-based CALL system to enhance learner motivation and promote EFL learning (Takaaki Okura, Toshiko Koyama, Judy Noguchi) The InGenio online CALL authoring shell and courseware (Ana Gimeno-Sanz)
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Acoustic analysis of Japanese learners' English pronunciation with WaveSurfer (Yoshimi Funakoshi) A mobile English learning system with linguistically rich content presentation (Mariko Udo, Yujitsu Nishihara) Brainstorming over Internet: Challenges in Finnish-Japanese business research project (Virpi Serita) Do computers encourage autonomy?: An experience in the SAC (María Del Rocío Domínguez Gaona, Myriam Romero Monteverde) Back to basics with Revolution (Claire Bradin Siskin) Pronunciation clinic: Which part of your pronunciation to correct first to become like your model speaker? (Nobuaki Minematsu, Kei Kamata, Max Takazawa, Satoshi Asakawa, Takechiko Makino, Kyoko Takeuchi, Yutaka Yamauchi, Tazuko Nishimura, Keikichi Hirose)  
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Democratic learning for developing and underdeveloped countries (Jennifer Vershcoor, Nelba Quintana) Establishing a peer online writing advisory service (using MSN Messenger) from an existing peer online writing centre (Richard Lewis Beal)