Integrating Technology Into the Language Curriculum: The 1996 McGraw-Hill Teleconference

Integrating Technology Into the Language Curriculum: The 1996 McGraw-Hill Teleconference

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This video, filmed in 1996, is the third of the McGraw-Hill Satellite Teleconferences on Topics in Second Language Acquisition. The focus of this video is the role of technology and multimedia in today's language classroom. Specific topics discussed include the effects of technology on instruction and learning, and also different sources and types of technology. Video segments from language classrooms and examples of multimedia products are shown to illustrate particular points. Panelists include moderator Gerald L. Ervin, Ohio State University; Robert Blake, University of California--Davis; Gail Robinson-Stuart, San Diego State University; Christopher Jones, Carnegie Mellon University; Bill VanPatten, University of Illinois--Champaign-Urbana; and Karen Price, Harvard University.

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  • Audio cassette
  • 123.44 x 201.17 x 29.97mm | 312.98g
  • McGraw-Hill Companies
  • McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
  • United States
  • English
  • 0070525730
  • 9780070525733