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Language Study and the PLATO System.

@inproceedings{Hart1981LanguageSA,
  title={Language Study and the PLATO System.},
  author={Robert Hart},
  year={1981}
}
  • R. Hart
  • Published 1981
  • Computer Science

An Interview with Miriam Schcolnik: Reading, E-Reading and Writing and Their Assessment

Dr. Miriam Schcolnik (emerita) is the former Director of the Language Learning Center of the Division of Foreign Languages at Tel Aviv University. For three decades she coordinated and taught EAP

Support for endangered and low-resource languages via e-Learning, translation and crowd-sourcing ROMAN YANGARBER Support for endangered and low-resource languages via e-Learning, translation and crowd-sourcing

TLDR
Crowd-sourcing and translation models for supporting e-Learning by engaging the learner in active production of language—following modern principles of didactics—rather than in passive memorization of linguistic material are focused on.

Revita: a Language-learning Platform at the Intersection of ITS and CALL

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It is claimed that, to the best of the knowledge, Revita is currently the only platform for learning/tutoring beyond the beginner level, that is functional, freely-available and supports multiple languages.

Digital Cultural Heritage and Revitalization of Endangered Finno-Ugric Languages

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This work presents a prototype system aimed at “heritage” speakers of endangered Finno-Ugric languages, based on natural language processing and artificial intelligence, that assists the learners by allowing them to learn from arbitrary texts of their choice, and by creating exercises that engage them in active production of language.

Revita: a system for language learning and supporting endangered languages

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A computational system for language learning and supporting endangered languages that provides the user an opportunity to improve her competency through active language use and works with several endangered Finno-Ugric languages.

Research and Software Development of Active Learning Mode for College Students Based on Computer Network

  • Jingfang Wu
  • Computer Science, Education
    Int. J. Emerg. Technol. Learn.
  • 2016
TLDR
A new active learning mode in computer network environment is constructed based on the analysis of the relevant factors of active learning in theComputer network environment, taking college students as the studying object and the college English course as an example and the research conclusion is founded on the concrete practice and the application.

Normalising computer assisted language learning in the context of primary education in England

A thesis submitted to the University of Bedfordshire in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy

Review of Computer-Assisted Language Learning: History, Merits & Barriers

With the rapid development of technology, more and more language teachers and learners are eager to use technologies such as computer and the Internet for language learning and teaching. Undoubtedly,

FOREIGN-LANGUAGE SOFTWARE: THE STATE OF THE ART or PICK A CARD, ANY (FLASH) CARD

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This article gives a report on the state of the art with respect to software development for CALI for all languages, but with some emphasis on Russian, and concludes that the best teachers should be given released time to work as members of teams to develop good software.