Cameron, Keith. (ed.) (1999). CALL: Media, design, & applications. Lisse, The Netherlands: Swets & Zeitlinger
ISBN 90 265 1543 X (Hardbook)
Section I: Multimedia
Cameron, Keith. Introduction, 1-12.
Paramskas, D.M. The shape of computer-mediated communication, 13-34.
Decoo, Wilfried & Colpaert, Jozef. User-driven development and content-driven research, 35-58.
Brickerton, David. Authoring and the academic linguist: the challenge of multimedia CALL, 59-82.
Section II: Design
Levy, Mike. Design processes in CALL: Integrating theory, research and evaluation, 83-108.
Goodfellow, Robin. Evaluating performance, approach and outcome, 109-140.
Meskill, Carla. Computers as tools for sociocollaborative language learning, 141-164.
Section III CALL Applications
Aist, Gregory. Speech recognition in computer-assisted language learning, 165-182.
Hamburger, Henry et al. More intelligent CALL, 183-202.
Tschichold, Cornelia. Grammar checking for CALL: Strategies for improving foreign language grammar checkers, 203-222.
Kempen, Gerard. Visual grammar: Multimedia for grammar and spelling instruction in primary education, 223-238.
Holmes, Glyn. Corpus CALL: Corpora in language and literature, 239-270.
Pennington, Martha C. The missing link in computer-assisted writing, 271-294.
Richmond, Ian M. Is your CALL connected? Dedicated software vs integrated CALL, 295-314.