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Conference Proceedings

The Conference Proceedings are available on a book entitled “ICT for Language Learning Conference Proceedings 2010” published (with ISBN code) by the Italian publisher Simonelli Editore
It is possible to buy the conference proceedings publication on the web site of Simonelli Editore

Content and Language Integrated Learning
Title of PaperAuthorInstitutionCountry
ESP: How to Design Challenging Tasks for Adult LearnersElzbieta JendrychKozminski UniversityPoland
Halina WisniewskaKozminski UniversityPoland
Integrating Content and Language in Specialized Language Teaching and Learning with the Help of ICTViviana GaballoUniversity of MacerataItaly
BODY LANGUAGE ! Language Learning Integrated in Learning Games for Migrant Students in the Healthcare EducationJan GejelsosuMedia - The Social and Healthcare College Aarhus DKDenmark
Backbone: Corpora for Content & Language Integrated LearningMichel MeuretChambre de Commerce et d’Industrie du JuraFrance
ICT Based Language Teaching Solutions
Title of PaperAuthorInstitutionCountry
Effectiveness of CALL in Teaching (L2) the Modern Greek Language in Universities - A Study in North AmericaGeorgia KafkaExperimental InstituteGreece
PAULEX UNIVERSITAS: a Web-Based Management System to Create, Deliver and Assess Online Language ProficiencyAna María Gimeno SanzUniversidad Politécnica de ValenciaSpain
Jose Macario de SiqueiraUniversidad Politécnica de ValenciaSpain
Antonio Martínez-SáezUniversidad Politécnica de ValenciaSpain
Ana Sevilla-PavónUniversidad Politécnica de ValenciaSpain
The Pedagogical Potentials of Weblog in Developing Students’ Writing SkillsDilani SampathINTI International UniversityMalaysia
Arezou ZalipourNational University of MalaysiaMalaysia
Traditional and Computer-Based Evaluation of Preschoolers’ Oral Language in Greek - A Review of the LiteratureEugenia I. TokiUniversity of Ioannina, TEI of Epirus, IoanninaGreece
Jenny PangeUniversity of IoanninaGreece
DEAL TOI: A Second Language Learning Proposal through E-Learning Addressed to Deaf PeopleGiuseppe NuccetelliISSRItaly
Stefano PengeLynxItaly
Morena TerraschiLynxItaly
A. VillariniUniversitŕ per Stranieri di PisaItaly
Will Second Life Help Me Survive in Italy?Carmela Dell'AriaUniversity of Palermo - University of VeniceItaly
Susanna NocchiDublin Institute of TechnologyIreland
Using an E-journal: Students (aged 11 to 20) from 7 European Countries Write a Novel by ChaptersAngelika WollermannStaatliche Handelsschule “Am Laemmermarkt”Germany
The New Disabilities of ICTGiovanni TorrisiUniversitŕ di Urbino Carlo BoItaly
Éva GyarmathyHungarian Academy of SciencesHungary
Tiziana TartariTUTOR Centro Europeo per lo Sviluppo di Professionalitŕ AvanzateItaly
E/M-Learning in IMS Based NGN EnvironmentRadovan KadlicSlovak University of Technology in BratislavaSlovakia
Ondrej LábajSlovak University of Technology in BratiskavaSlovakia
Pavol PodhradskýSlovak University of Technology in BratiskavaSlovakia
GLOSSA- Greek as a Vehicle for Promoting Linguistic DiversityKostantinos Diamantis BalaskasAction Synergy S.A.Greece
Slidecast Yourself. Online Student PresentationsJordi CasteleynArteveldehogeschoolBelgium
Foreign Languages Turned into Second Languages through ICTSLuciana CafesseOpen University of CataloniaSpain
Teresa GuaschOpen University of CataloniaSpain
Don't just say 'I see tea': An efficient, Meaningful Use of Web Applications in Vocabulary TeachingJan StrybolHet PerspectiefBelgium
Vanessa VerscheldenHet PerspectiefBelgium
Language and Text-to-Speech Technologies for Culture-Embedded Language LearningAnouk GelanHasselt UniversityBelgium
The Potential Impact of Mobile-assisted Language Learning on Women and Girls in Africa: A Brief Literature ReviewRonda Zelezny-GreenUniversity of Massachusetts at BostonUnited States of America
ICT Resources, Immigrant Students and the Teaching of Italian as a Second Language (L2): a SurveyFrancesca Maria DagninoIstituto Tecnologie Didattiche - CNRItaly
Learning to Teach EFL Through a Blog-Based ExperienceMaría de los Ángeles Jiménez JiménezUniversidad de GranadaSpain
Beatriz Cortina PérezUniversidad de GranadaSpain
Learning and Teaching Languages – a Connecting Link for a Better Understanding in the WorldGabriele HareckerPädagogische Hochschule Niederösterreich University of Education Austria
Angela Lehner-WieternikPädagogische Hochschule Niederösterreich University of Education Austria
Goal-Oriented Design of Online Pronunciation Training: the Spraakmakkers CaseJozef ColpaertLINGUAPOLIS -University of AntwerpBelgium
Margret OberhoferLINGUAPOLIS -University of AntwerpBelgium
Exploring the Potential of Dialogical and Trialogical Systems in Language Learning: Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 Applications in FL Writing Proficiency CoursesTorsten LeuschnerUniversity College GhentBelgium
Carola StroblUniversity College GhentBelgium
The ELP-DESK Project: Tools to Promote and Disseminate the Europass Language PassportMike HammersleyFondazione Aldini ValerianiItaly
Summary Writing From Aural Input: (How) Can an Online Learning Module Help to Foster Students´ Skills for this Complex Task?Carola StroblUniversity College GhentBelgium
Using ICT to Enhance Maori Language TeachingJoseph Selwyn Te RitoThe University of AucklandNew Zealand
Pareputiputi NukuThe Eastern Institute of Technology – Hawke’s BayNew Zealand
Learning Foreign Languages via Mobile: Technical RequirementsTatjana TaraszowCyprus Neuroscience & Technology InstituteCyprus
Yiannis LaourisCyprus Neuroscience & Technology InstituteCyprus
Alastir BriggsLuzia ResearchGermany
Text Messages: a First Step towards Mobile LearningKoen DePryckCVO Antwerpen-ZuidBelgium
Greet Van RielCVO Antwerpen-ZuidBelgium
Wendy OnseaCVO Antwerpen-ZuidBelgium
Koen LaurentCVO Antwerpen-ZuidBelgium
Glenn VermeirenCVO Antwerpen-ZuidBelgium
Hilde De VosCVO Antwerpen-ZuidBelgium
Erwin WillemsCVO Antwerpen-ZuidBelgium
David Van HeurckCVO Antwerpen-ZuidBelgium
An Internet Based Language Teaching Model: Turkish Language CaseHülya PilanciAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Ferdi BozkurtAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Sevgi Çalisir ZenciAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Nurdan SökerAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Nilay GirisenAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Virtual Learning, Real Heritage - Benefits and Challenges of Virtual Worlds for the Learning of Indigenous Minority LanguagesMats DeutschmannMid Sweden UniversitySweden
Hanna OutakoskiUmea UniversitySweden
Luisa PanichiUniversity of PisaItaly
Christel SchneiderICC International Language NetworkGermany
Methodological Toolsets for Internet-Based Language LearningKaterina MakriUniversity of AthensGreece
Ifigeneia GeorgiadouHellenic Culture CenterGreece
Self-Training in Reading Aloud Through ICTPilar Reyes OrtízUniversity of ExtremaduraSpain
Antonia PaínUniversity of ExtremaduraSpain
Mercedes Rico GarcíaUniversity of ExtremaduraSpain
Lara Gómez ReyUniversity of ExtremaduraSpain
Language Teachers in Virtual Worlds: or How to Create a Digital Euphoria with Web 2.0 Tools, Interactive Boards and MASH-UpsFrancesca RipamontiLiceo Scientifico Statale “G.Gandini”Italy
Application of Multimedia Technologies in Pre-School and Elementary School Language EducationMária CacíkováFaculty of Education of Trnava UniversitySlovakia
Drahoslava LondákováNursery school, SNP in MyjavaSlovakia
Pavol PodhradskýSlovak University of Technology in BratislavaSlovakia
Juraj LondákSlovak University of Technology in BratiskavaSlovakia
Linguanet WorldWide, Surfing Languages all Over the WorldLorenza VenturiAgenzia Nazionale Lifelong Learning ProgrammeItaly
Web 2.0 Audio Tools for Online Language Learning: Teaching Method IssuesBojan LazarevicUniversity of NebraskaUnited States of America
David BentzBellevue UniversityUnited States of America
ICT in EFL Learning: How to Help the Comprehension and Production of Explicative Texts in a Multilingual ContextSamira HoucineUniversité Djilali LiabčsAlgeria
Denis LegrosUniversité de Paris 8France
Second Life: Anxiety-Free Language Learning?Sabela Melchor CoutoRoehampton UniversityUnited Kingdom
Task-based Language Teaching and Collaborative Problem-solving with Second Life: A Case Study of Japanese EFL LearnersMichael ThomasUniversity of Central LancashireUnited Kingdom
Accessible Language Learning for Visually Impaired PeopleThomas DehardeDeutsche Angestellten-Akademie GmbHGermany
ICTBell: a concrete contribution to combat social exclusion and the ‘invisible’ digital divideGiovanni TorrisiTUTOR European Center for the Development of Advanced CommunicationItaly
Tiziana TartariTUTOR European Center for the Development of Advanced CommunicationItaly
Integrating E-Learning in Classroom Based Language Teaching
Title of PaperAuthorInstitutionCountry
E-Reading of the Press TextsMohammad Ali FatemiIslamic Azad University -Torbat-e- Heidarieh BranchIran
Hamid AshrafIslamic Azad University -Torbat-e- Heidarieh BranchIran
Inter˛ - Promoting Digital Competences as a Tool to Overcome Cultural Barriers Among European CitizensDorinda DekeyserCVO Leuven-LandenBelgium
An e-Learning Pilot Training Course for Teachers of Portuguese as a Foreign Language at University of PortoMaria da Graça PintoUniversity of PortoPortugal
Isabel MartinsUniversity of PortoPortugal
The Application of e-Learning in Learning and Teaching ESP Based on the Example of e-Learning English Language Courses for Border Guard and Correctional Cadets of the Estonian Academy of Security SciencesElen LaanemaaThe Estonian Academy of Security SciencesEstonia
Pod-Blogging in the EFL Classroom: an Innovative Autonomous Learning Experience at the UniversityBeatriz Cortina PérezUniversidad de GranadaSpain
E-Morphology – English Grammar in PracticeMária HardošováMatej Bel UniversitySlovak Republic
“Another brick in the WALL”: Wiki Assisted Language Learning in ESP university coursesChristina YerouCyprus University of TechnologyCyprus
Stavroulla HadjiconstantinouCyprus University of TechnologyCyprus
Second Life as Tool to Enhance Language Learners’ Intercultural Communicative CompetenceSilvia CantoUniversity of UtrechtThe Netherlands
Kristi JauregiUniversity of UtrechtThe Netherlands
Rick de GraaffUniversity of UtrechtThe Netherlands
Ton KoenraadUniversity of UtrechtThe Netherlands
ICT-enhanced Language Learning to Support Mobility and Integration
Title of PaperAuthorInstitutionCountry
ICT for L2 Acquisition by Adult Migrants: Results from a Comparative Study in the Netherlands and SwedenMassimiliano SpottiTilburg UniversityThe Netherlands
Stefano KluzerJRC-IPTSSpain
Anusca FerrariJRC-IPTSSpain
Job-Oriented Language Learning in the Context of Intercultural and Professional Competency DevelopmentBirgit BroedermannBundesarbeitskreis (BAK) Arbeit und LebenGermany
Supporting Mobility: An Integrated Mobility Process for Culture and Language LearningMarjo HalmialaUniversity of JyväskyläFinland
Jan PawlowskiUniversity of JyväskyläFinland
Kirsi SyynimaaUniversity of JyväskyläFinland
Using Web2.0 Tools to Facilitate the Development and Sharing of Interactive Language Learning ContentMadalina UngurAgroKnow TechnologiesGreece
Axel MaroudasAgroKnow TechnologiesGreece
Mihkel PilvMiksikeEstonia
Kristiina RattaseppMTU Miks ja MillepärastEstonia
FIRST STEPS OF HERMES Offers 4 in 1: Project-Based ReflectionsOlga MedvedevaPublic Service Language CentreLithuania
Hook up! to Languages – Enhancing the Mobility of Young Europeans through ICT and Language CompetenceGillian MoreiraUniversity of AveiroPortugal
Filomena AmorimUniversity of AveiroPortugal
Language Learning Units: La Prof ExperienceLilianna Aniola-JedrzejekPoznan University of Technology (PUT)Poland
Elzbieta JeziorekPoznan University of Technology (PUT)Poland
Wiktoria TyszkaPoznan University of Technology (PUT)Poland
Liliana Szczuka-DornaPoznan University of Technology (PUT)Poland
Irena WaskowiakPoznan University of Technology (PUT)Poland
Jadwiga WolakPoznan University of Technology (PUT)Poland
Dorota ZarnowskaPoznan University of Technology (PUT)Poland
Review of Language Learning Needs for Romanian and Estonian Immigrants in two Professional Sectors: Agriculture and ICTKristy ApostolidesMediterranean Agronomic Institute of ChaniaGreece
Cezar VrinceanuEuroEd FoundationRomania
Cintia ColibabaEuroEd FoundationRomania
Innovative Approach to Italian Language Learning for University StudentsVincenzo MorelliPixel AssociazioneItaly
Innovative Language Teaching and Learning Methodologies
Title of PaperAuthorInstitutionCountry
Improving students’ Intercultural Communicative Competence (ICC) through Email ActivitiesElena Gómez ParraUniversity of CórdobaSpain
Destination Reading: a Challenging Localization ProjectBeatriz PlazaeducaLineSpain
Noelia JiménezeducaLineSpain
An Online Workshop for Intercultural TrainingAntonio RaigónUniversity of CordobaSpain
Students and Teacher’s Attitudes and Perceptions Toward Collaborative Writing with Wiki in a Primary Four Chinese ClassroomXuanxi LiFaculty of Education, The University of Hong KongHong Kong
Samuel Kai Wah ChuFaculty of Education, The University of Hong KongHong Kong
Wing Wah KiFaculty of Education, The University of Hong KongHong Kong
Matsuko WooFaculty of Education, The University of Hong KongHong Kong
The LeTS GO Project: Language eTeachers ServicesElisabetta Delle DonnePixelItaly
Lorenzo MartelliniPixelItaly
Developing Online Tests for Special Language NeedsMartin BeckMONDIALE-Testing GmbHSwitzerland
A Distance Education Model for INSET: MoodleDönercan DönükMersin UniversityTurkey
Language Cafés - Developing Conversational Language Skills in SchoolLieselotte WengbergFĺgelskolanSweden
Anna LagnevikFĺgelskolanSweden
Jenny HemborgFĺgelskolanSweden
The Effect of TV Captions on the Comprehension of Non-native Saudi Learners of EnglishMubarak AlkhatnaiThe University of EdinburghUnited Kingdom
Go Office Interactors’ Way!Elza GheorghiuEuroED FoundationRomania
Lucia PetrescuAl.I.Cuza UniversityRomania
E-Learning English Courses for Part-time Students- B1/C1 Modules ProjectAgnieszka DremzaUniversity of WarsawPoland
Malgorzata SwierkUniversity of WarsawPoland
Implementing a Co-Teaching Model for Improving EFL learners’ Grammatical ProficiencyMohammad AliakbariIlam UniversityIran
Ali Mansoori NejadIlam UniversityIran
Videotaping in Language CoursesKoen DePryckCVO Antwerpen-ZuidBelgium
Greet Van RielCVO Antwerpen-ZuidBelgium
Wendy OnseaCVO Antwerpen-ZuidBelgium
Koen LaurentCVO Antwerpen-ZuidBelgium
Glenn VermeirenCVO Antwerpen-ZuidBelgium
Hilde De VosCVO Antwerpen-ZuidBelgium
Erwin WillemsCVO Antwerpen-ZuidBelgium
David Van HeurckCVO Antwerpen-ZuidBelgium
Interactive Instructional Multimedia in Vocabulary Development of Children with Hearing LossBlagovesna Stoyanova YovkovaSofia University “Sv. Kliment Ohridski”Bulgaria
‘English ++’ - ICT Language Project as an Example of Good PracticeMalgorzata SwiatekThe Jagiellonian University Language CentrePoland
Integrating Computer-Assisted Phonetic Transcription in Classroom Phonetics Teaching : does listening to English help French Students Transcribe?Laurence DelrueUniversité de Lille 3France
Promoting Matching Competences in Language TrainingMario GarciaCifesalSpain
Who is the Winner in the Fight of Virtual and Real Communication?Agnesa KovalcíkováGymnázium sv.Tomáša AkvinskéhoSlovakia
Languages for Business and Vocational Purposes
Title of PaperAuthorInstitutionCountry
Learning Arabic Language for Approaching Arab Countries to Increase Business and Mutual UnderstandingRosa MŞ Rodriguez LamosaAsesoramiento, Tecnología e Investigación S.L.Spain
Anuska JorqueraAsesoramiento, Tecnología e Investigación S.L.Spain
Testing English For Specific Purposes In Science (Tespis)Walter ZellerAstyle Linguistic CompetenceAustria
The Use of ICT in the Development of Intercultural Business Communication.Ángela Larrea EspinarUniversity of CórdobaSpain
Multimedia Chinese Language Course for Business CommunicationAmador OrdóńezMinistry of Education and University Training and other partnersSpain
Business English: Make It Easy, Make It DifferentMarián Gonzales RúaUniversity School of Tourism of AsturiasSpain
Corpus Concordancing in Teaching Academic Discourse Writing to Medical StudentsEwa Donesch-JezoMedical College at Jagiellonian UniversityPoland
When Genre Studies and ICT Marry, Reliable Offspring is Guaranteed: the Case of a Web-Based Tool for Text WritingCarmen Foz GilUniversidad de ZaragozaSpain
Mercedes Jaime SisóUniversidad de ZaragozaSpain
Scientific Language Learning and ICT for the Real WorldTomasz RaczkaWarsaw University of TechnologyPoland
Interactive Classrooms 2.0: An e-Learning Platform for Teaching Languages for Occupational PurposesAntonia PaínUniversity of ExtremaduraSpain
Pilar Reyes OrtízUniversity of ExtremaduraSpain
Patricia Edwards RokowskiUniversity of ExtremaduraSpain
Eva María Domínguez GómezUniversity of ExtremaduraSpain
Paula Ferreira da SilvaUniversity of ExtremaduraSpain
Developing Online Resources for Learning Scottish Gaelic: Turning Compliance into OpportunityDonella BeatonCŕnan, Sabhal Mňr OstaigUnited Kingdom
Ian HuntEdinburgh Napier UniversityUnited Kingdom
David CannonCaledonian MacBrayneUnited Kingdom
Hands On - An Initiative for the Development of the ESP Teaching and LearningPaola GherardelliISIS Leonardo da VinciItaly
E-Teaching - a Wild Card for Vocational CurriculaAnna Maria GiagnoniCIPATItaly
Title of PaperAuthorInstitutionCountry
Promotion of Multilingualism in European Union and Innovative Opportunities for Foreign Language Acquisitions OnlinDaina GrasmaneLatvian University of Agriculture, Faculty of Social SciencesLatvia
Inese BarbareLatvian University of Agriculture, Faculty of Social SciencesLatvia
A New Zealand Maori Language Course Designed for Radio – with ICT ApplicationsPareputiputi NukuThe Eastern Institute of Technology – Hawke’s BayNew Zeland
Joseph Selwyn Te RitoThe University of AucklandNew Zealand
Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency In Turkish and Types of QuestionsFerdi BozkurtAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Sevgi Çalisir ZenciAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Nurdan SökerAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Nilay GirisenAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Hülya PilanciAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Synchronous Facilitation in Distance Foreign Language TeachingNilay GirisenAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Nurdan SökerAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Sevgi Çalisir ZenciAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Olcay SaltikAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Ferdi BozkurtAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Hülya PilanciAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Marina MarinoLiceo F.CecioniItaly
Presenting Structures Through Power Point SlidesAna Guadalupe Torres HernándezUniversidad Veracruzana Centros De IdiomasMexico
Isai Ali Guevara BazanUniversidad Veracruzana Centros De IdiomasMexico
Emily Librado TorresUniversidad Veracruzana Centros De IdiomasMexico
Materials in Web Based Distance Foreign Language TeachingSevgi Çalisir ZenciAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Nurdan SökerAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Nilay GirisenAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Nurdan SökerAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Ferdi BozkurtAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Quality Standards in Teaching Business English at UniversitiesElzbieta JendrychKozminski UniversityPoland
Halina WisniewskaKozminski UniversityPoland
A Method Suggestion about Vocabulary Acquisition in E-Learning Classrooms: Teaching Turkish as a Foreign LanguageFerdi BozkurtAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Nilay GirisenAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Nurdan SökerAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Sevgi Çalisir ZenciAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Hülya PilanciAnadolu UniversityTurkey
Jean-Pierre  ThibautUniversity of Burgundy France
Promotion of Multilingualism in European Union and Innovative Opportunities for Foreign Language Acquisitions OnlineDaina  GrasmaneLatvian University of AgricultureLatvia
Inese  BarbareLatvian University of AgricultureLatvia
Developing European Language Portfolio for the Deaf and Hearing-ImpairedChristel SchneiderICC International Language Network Germany
Diverse EUROPE at WORKChristel SchneiderICC International Language Network Germany
ELTACS European Language Teachers Assessment and CertificationChristel SchneiderICC International Language Network Germany
PELLIC - Practice Enterprise for Language Learning & Intercultural CommunicationChristel SchneiderICC International Language Network Germany
Studies in Second Language Acquisition
Title of PaperAuthorInstitutionCountry
The Effects of Generative Study Strategies on EFL Learners' Reading Comprehension and Recall of Short StoriesAbdullah SaraniUniversity of Sistan and BaluchestanIran
Ali Akbar JabbariYazd UniversityIran
The Impact of Cooperative Performance on the Cloze Test on the Development of Vocabulary KnowledgeRoya KhoiiIslamic Azad University, North Tehran BranchIran
Behnaz PourafshariIslamic Azad University, North Tehran BranchIran
Nasrin SoltaniIlam UniversityIran
Using Writing Process in Teaching Composition Skills: an Action ResearchSerap CavkaytarAnadolu UniversitesiTurkey
Sefik YasarAnadolu UniversitesiTurkey
Learning Generators: ICT and e-Learning Teaching and Learning Methodologies for Language AcquisitionEva Zanuy PascualUniversidad de Educación a DistanciaSpain
Digital Technologies and Young Learners: Insights from a Case StudyRadmila PopovicUniversity of BelgradeSerbia
Replicating Experts’ Based Item CalibrationsRosa ArruabarrenaUniversity of The Basque CountrySpain
Javier López-CuadradoUniversity of The Basque CountrySpain
Tomás A. PérezUniversity of The Basque CountrySpain
Anaje ArmendarizUniversity of The Basque CountrySpain
José Á. VadilloUniversity of The Basque CountrySpain
Relationship between Creativity and Language Learning Strategies in Adults LearnersFereshteh FaryadresFaculty of Education and Psychology, University Of TehranIran
Masoud Gholamali lvasaniFaculty of Education and Psychology, University Of TehranIran
Perceptions and Attitudes towards Web-based ELT in Classrooms among English Teachers in GreeceEvriclea DogoritiUniversity of IoanninaGreece
Jenny PaggeUniversity of IoanninaGreece
Evaluation of English Students’ Beliefs about Learning English as Foreign Language: A Case of Kerman Azad UniversityNeda Fatehi RadIslamic Azad University Kerman BranchIran
Title of PaperAuthorInstitutionCountry
Precise Translation and Multilingual Content ManagementPhilippe LacourZanchin (NGO)France
Any FreitasZanchin (NGO)France
Can Machine Translation Help the Language Learner?Ignacio GarciaUniversity of Western SydneyAustralia
ICT for Translation and Interpreting - The Relevance of New Technologies for the Training of Expert LinguistsFanny ChoucHeriot Watt UniversityUnited Kingdom
New Ways of Language Learning for Blind or Visually Impaired Children and TeenagersAntonio QuatraroUICI FlorenceItaly
Mario PaianoCentro MachiavelliItaly

Please click on the following links to see the:
- conference proceedings of the 1st edition of the ICT for Language Learning Conference
- conference proceedings of the 2nd edition of the ICT for Language Learning Conference