Section 1: Software & Hardware
1. A rich, synchronious learning envrionment supporting distance language learners by Lesley Shield & Craig Rodine, 11-16.
2. Using chat to teach English by S. Kathleen Kitao & Kenji Kitao, 17-20.
3. Practical uses for PowerPoint in the EFL classroom by Gordon Bateson & Michael Depoe, 21-24.
4. Introduction to interactive webpages using CGI by Chris Houser, 25-28.
5. Dynamic HTML by Myles O'Brien, 29-32.
6. Search and find: Effective use of Internet search engines by Jim Jacobsen, 33-36.
7. Web-CALL - An aid for teachers in producing webpage materials by Jun Iwata & Satoru Fujii, 37-40.
8. Listing tools and concordnaces in the EFL classroom by Jan Minagawa, 41-44.
9. Gadgets and Gizmos: The future of autonomous language learning? by Chris Pitts & Robert Weschler, 45-48.
Section 2: Administration and Teacher Development
10. Combating classroom anxiety online by Mark R. Freiermuth, 51-54.
11. Creating effective quizzes for the web by Charles Kelly et al., 55-57.
12. Creating custom teaching materials with Adobe Illustrator by J. Michael Staub, 59-61.
13. CALLing towards the 21st century in Hong Kong by Linda Mak & Stephen Mak, 63-67.
14.An Internet resource: Planning for your next conference by J. James Duggan, 69-72.
15. Preparing students for the computer TOEFL by Michael Kruse & Bruce Shaver, 73-75.
16. An evaluation model of a CALL program: Uses and a use by David Kluge, 77-91.
Section 3: Theory & Research
17. Introducing computer aided instruction into the curriculum: A pilot study by Michael "Rube" Redfield & Peter D. Campbell, 95-99.
18. Bringing computer English to Japan's universities & colleges by Tony Silva & Peter Grant, 101-104.
19. Student reaction to CALL at IPS, Aichi-Gakuin by Kazuo Iwata & Brett Stephensen, 105-109.
20. CALL & educational reform in East Asia, mediated by western & eastern theories of learning by L.M. Dryden, 111-114.
21. A cognitive psychological study of L2 learning envrionments by Atsuko Kuramoto, 115-118.
22. Beyond netiquette: US-Japan virtual teams and intercultural communication by Cora C. Dickson, 119-123.
23. Building a pragmatics knowledge base by categorizing language usage rules by Ruddy Lelouche, 125-134.
24. Effects of attitudes on ESL students' email writing strategies by Sun Yu-Chih, 135-138.
25. Incorporating hometown tourism promotion video into Macromedia Director software by Kimihiro Irie, 139-144.
26. CALL using cognitive principles by James R. Nord, 145-148.
27. New wine and old wineskins: CALL and language by Malcom Field, 149-152.
28. The legitimacy of CALL in ELT by Soo-im Lee, 153-157.
Section 4: Theory into Practice
29. Creating hypermedia learning environments: Some guidelines for learner centred design by Mark Peterson, 161-164.
30. Using RealVideoPlayer, Java Script, and CGI for independent learning by Judy DeRolf et al., 165-168.
32. Choosing appropriate groupeware for learner collaboration by Scott H. Rule, 173-176.
33. Concordances: Production and use for teachers and learners by Peter Ruthven-Stuart, 177-182.
34. Teaching a classroom or a computer? Two different approaches! by Ruddy Lelouche, 183-188.
35. ESL VLES: Self-reflective constructionism by Japanese students by Bryn Holmes, 189-192.
36. Natural language processing in CALL by Paul Lewis et al., 193-198.
37. Integration of language labs and online computers by Ron Netsu, 199-202.
38. Designing webpages to introduce EFL students to the Internet by Bill Pellowe, 203-206.
39. Web design tasks: Paradigm and practice in the reading classroom by Christopher J. Armstrong, 207-210.
40. Writing quizzes for the WWW by Letitia Bradley, 211-213.
41. Developing a budget friendly CALL program by William J. Zies, 215-221.
42. The development of SLA theory driven CALLware by Charles Adamson, 223-225.
Section 5: Student Projects
43. A writing e-course: How to do it by Frank Berberich, 229-234.
44. Keypals for intercultural communication: Using teacher homepages to design an e-mail exchange project by Michael Furmanovsky, 235-238.
45. Helping students create an English homepage by Christina Gitsaki & Richard Taylor, 239-246.
46. Key factors in using the Internet for ESL/EFL students' research by Barbara Wright, 247-250.
47. Helping students publish an online interactive ESL magazine by Frederic Servito, 251-253.
48. Projects of the Internet TESL Journal by Charles I. Kelly & Lawrence E. Kelly, 255-257.