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University of Calgary

Werklund School of Education

Language Learning and Technology - Winter 2014
DRAFT - December 10, 2014
Instructor: Sarah Elaine Eaton, Ph.D.
All of these resources are freely available online to U of C students. Articles without direct URLs
can be found through the U of C library at no charge to you. Please do not pay to access
any of these resources.
This is a draft reading list and is subject to change. While it is unlikely to change radically,
please approach this list as tentative and unofficial. An official reading list will be included with
the course outline.
Reading List
Blake, R. J. (2008). Brave new digital classroom: Technology and foreign
language learning. Washington, DC: Georgetown UP.
Brenner, K. (2014). Digital stories: A 21st century communication tool for the English language
classroom. English Teaching Forum, 52(1), 22-29. Retrieved from
deHaan, J., Kuwada, K., & Ree, W. M. (2010). The effect of interactivity with a music video
game on second language vocabulary recall. Language, Learning & Technology,
14(2), 74+. Retrieved from http://go.galegroup.com/ps/i.do?id=GALE
Gaebel, M. (2013). MOOCs: Massive open online courses. European University
Association Occasional Papers, 2-17. Retrieved from http://www.eua.be/news/130225/Massive_Open_Online_Courses_MOOCs_EUA_to_look_at_development_of_MOOC
Harrison, R., & Thomas, M. (2009). Identity in online communities: Social networking sites and
language learning. International Journal of Emerging Technologies &
Society, 7(2), 109-124. Retrieved from http://clok.uclan.ac.uk/1682/1/Article4HarrisonThomas_1682.pdf
Lawrence, G., Haque, E., King, J., & Rajabi, S. (2014). Exploring the feasibility of e-learning in
Ontario ESL programs. TESL Ontario: Contact Magazine, 40(1), 12-18. Retrieved
from http://www.teslontario.net/uploads/publications/contact/ContactSpring2014.pdf

Mifsud, C. L., Vella, R., & Camilleri, L. (2013). Attitudes towards and effects of the use of video
games in classroom learning with specific reference to literacy attainment. Research In
Education, 90(90), 32+.
Mikel Petrie, G., & Avery, L. (2011). Identifying our approaches to language learning
technologies: Improving Professional Development. English Teaching Forum,
49(3), 10-17. Retrieved from
Mishra, P., & Koehler, M. (2009). Too cool for chool? No way! Using the TPACK framework:
You can have your hot tools and teach with them, too. Learning & Leading with
Technology, 36(7), 14-18. Retrieved from
Mishra, P., Koehler, M. J., & Kereluik, K. (2009). Looking back to the future of educational
technology. TechTrends, 53(5), 48-53. Retrieved from
Sad, S. N. (2008). Using mobile phone technology in EFL Classes. English Teaching
Forum, 46(4), 34-40. Retrieved from
van Olphen, M. (2008). World language teacher education and educational technology: A look
into CK, PCK, and TPACK. Annual meeting of the American Educational
Research Association (AERA). Retrieved from
Kimmons, R. (Producer). (2011) TPACK in 3 minutes. Available from
Additional Supplementary Resources
U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. (n.d.). MOOC for EnglishTeaching Professionals. Retrieved from http://www.americanenglish.state.gov/moocenglish-teaching-professionals