Academic Podcasting and Mobile Assisted Language Learning: Applications and Outcomes shares innovative and pedagogically effective ways to improve foreign language education by identifying the instructional uses and benefits of academic podcasting technology and MALL in foreign language acquisition. These include instructional uses, students' perceived learning gains, how instructors can use/have used the technology (successes and challenges), study abroad experiences with the technology, pedagogical impact, and economic perspectives on its use.
1. Podcasting, past, present and future / Lara Lomicka, Gillian Lord -- 2. Four L2 learning objectives to guide podcast design / Claudia Fern??ndez -- 3. Going beyond audio / Tony Gonzalez -- 4. Getting started / Maria Corbeil, Joseph Corbeil -- 5. Challenges of adopting web 2.0 and mobile 2.0 for language learning / Su-Ling Hsueh -- 6. Mobile-assisted language learning from the student perspective / Daryl Beres -- 7. Simulating immersion / Mario Mart??n, Elizabeth Beckmann -- 8. iStudy abroad / Kathryn Murphy-Judy -- 9. Crossing classroom settings and academic disciplines while crossing geographical boundaries / Giovanna Summerfield -- 10. A case study of using podcasts in ESL modules for Hong Kong pre-service teachers and its impact on their attitudes toward podcasting / Adrian Ting -- 11. Podcasts in four categories / Ulugbek Nurmukhamedov, Randall Sadler.
Published: 31st December 2010