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Computer-assisted language learning

This strand focuses on the use technology to support language learning and teaching. A range of technologies are currently being investigated (including interactive whiteboards, computer-mediated communication, web 2.0 technologies and mobile technologies) with respect to their potential to support the development of a range of language skills (including writing and speaking). 

  • Computer and mobile assisted language learning (PhD student: Xiaoyin Yang)
  • Does the Utilization of Online Discussion Forums Facilitate and Optimise the Quality And Quantity of Learners Face-To-Face Classroom Discourse?(PhD student: Waad Al-Zahrani)
  • EFL Teachers Technological Professional Development through Online Communities of Practice (OCoPs) (PhD student: Ali Bostancioglu)
  • Effective Vocabulary Learning in Multimedia Environments: Psychological Evidence (PhD student: Saad Alzahrani)
  • eTasks - Computer-mediated communication and task-based language learning (Zoe Handley)
  • Factors Influencing Teachers Use of ICT in Literacy Classes in Saudi Arabia (PhD student: Azizah Alyami)
  • Investigating the use of interactive whiteboards (MS Word , 4,177kb) (Zoe Handley with Catherine Walter and Ernesto Macaro, both Department of Education, University of Oxford)
  • Technology in the EFL writing classroom (PhD student: Maha Alghasab)
  • Using e-collaboration in the teaching and learning of English writing in Indonesian schools (PhD student: Herri Mulyono)
  • Using Web 2.0 Technologies in English Language Learning (PhD student: Oytun Sozudoguru)

CReLLU staff

Zoe Handley, Department of Education

CReLLU students

Maha Alghasab, PhD student, University of York
Azizah Alyami, PhD student, University of York
Waad Al-Zahrani, PhD student, University of York
Saad Alzahrani, PhD student, University of York
Ali Bostancioglu, PhD student, University of York
Herri Mulyono, PhD student, University of York
Oytun Sozudoguru, PhD student, University of York
Xiaoyin Yang, PhD student, University of York

Associated members

Catherine Walter, Department of Education, University of Oxford
Ernesto Macaro, Department of Education, University of Oxford