Papers

The Pleasure principle revisited in virtual reality Paper prepared for The Web Society and AACE- WebNet 1997 (World Conference on the WWW, Internet and Intranet). Toronto, Canada,Oct.31-Nov.5, 1997.

Evidence of learning in a ListServer context of communication Paper prepared for AACE- EdMedia 1997 (World Conference on Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia). University of Calgary, Canada, June 13-19, 1997.

Electronic Academia: Academia in the age of telecommunication. Paper prepared for ISTE/Tel*Ed '95 (International Society of Technology in Education/Telecommunication in Education). Fort Lauderdale, Florida, November30-Dec.3, 1995.

ListServer Communication: The discourse of community-building. Paper prepared for CSCL'95 (Computer Support for Collaborative Learning). Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. October 17-20, 1995. To appear in Proceedings.

Electronic academia: Conversations amidst the X-spurts. Paper prepared for the 1993 Annual Meeting of the North Eastern Research Association (NERA). Ellenville, NY., October 27-29, 1993.

Participatory design in a workplace called school. Poster session prepared for the Second Conference on Participatory Design (PDC-'92) in collaboration with David Allen. MIT, November 6-7, 1992.

Creating a database of book reviews as a computer-mediated activity system (CMAS). Paper prepared for the New England Educational Research Organization (NEERO) 1992 Annual Meeting. Portsmouth, N.H, May 6-8, 1992.

Desktop publishing across the curriculum: The Neighborhood Computer Centers. Paper prepared for the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association (EERA). Hilton Head, S.C., March 2-3, 1992.

The computer literacy recursion in instrumental CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning). Paper prepared for the North Eastern Research Association (NERA) Annual Meeting. October 1rst, 1991.

Instrumental and agentive CALL in foreign language learning. Paper prepared for the New England Research Organization (NEERO). April 24-26, 1991.

Computers and language learning: An instrumental approach. Paper prepared for the 21rst Century Project. Arizona State University. April 7-9, 1991.

CALL: Instrumental and agentive modes. Paper prepared for the Eastern Educational Research Association (EERA) Annual Meeting. Boston, MA., February 13-16, 1991.

Do you really need the computer or how to keep on dancing without stepping on each other's toes?. Paper prepared for the Fourth Annual Forum for Research on Language Issues, Stanford University, May 9th, 1987.

Linguistic approaches to language teaching: Jam session vs rehearsed composition in L2 CALL. Paper prepared for the 21rst Annual TESOL Convention, Miami, FL., April 21-25, 1987.

When paradigms are lost: An alternative to traditional L2 CALL. Paper presented at the third Annual Forum for Research on Language Issues. Stanford University, May 10th, 1986.

Tradition and revolution revisited: The L2 CALL situation. Paper prepared for the 17th Annual CATESOL Conference. Oakland, CA., April 18-20, 1986.

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