Volume 5 - Issue 1 - February 2014 / The evolution of CALL and current research in new media

Guest Editors: Vasilia Kourtis‐Kazoullis & Kosmas Vlachos

Editorial (of Vol. 5, No. 1)
Introduction to Special Issue (pp. 4-15), Vasilia Kourtis‐Kazoullis & Kosmas Vlachos
L2 Lifelong learning/use and new media pedagogies (pp. 16-33), Sophia Papaefthymiou‐Lytra
Technology in action for language education and research at the Faculty of English, University of Athens (pp. 34-47), An interview with Professor Bessie Dendrinos
Materials design for the digital enrichment of the Greek EFL textbooks (pp. 48-69), Bessie Mitsikopoulou
Developing an online distance training programme for Primary EFL teachers in Greece: Entering a brave new world (pp. 70-86), Evdokia Karavas
Teacher development and coll@bor@tion (pp. 87-109), Evangelia Karagianni
Educational paradox: The hidden obstacles to the integration of mobile phones in the language classroom (pp. 110-122), Karen Woodman
Exploring the use of wikis in developing students’ writing skills in the EFL classroom (pp. 123-152), Myrsini Kontogeorgi
Using wikis to encourage the Greek primary steps of the e‐ELP (pp. 153-180), Maria Mexi & Kosmas Vlachos
Blogging in a blended‐learning pedagogical model, as a medium for the enhancement of 6th grade Primary School Learners (pp. 181-198), Maria Paroussi
Integrating Computer Mediated Communication (CMC) and Online Networking in the teaching of English as a foreign language in high school (pp. 199-222), Efthymia Koufadi
Social networking and language learning with Twitter (pp. 223-234), Norman Fewell
Using digital storytelling to develop foundational and new literacies (pp. 235-258), Sevasti Papadopoulou & Kosmas Vlachos
Using video games to foster strategy development and learner autonomy within a secondary school context (pp. 259-277), Alexandros Palaiogiannis
Designing and implementing a Webquest in an EFL young learners context (pp. 278-306), Christina Popota
Promoting motivation and autonomy through Webquest implementation in Junior High school EFL context (pp. 307-323), Eleftheria Koutsogianni
Interactive Whiteboards: EFL teachers’ practices and pedagogy in the Greek reality (pp. 324-350), Sophia Basmatzi
Investigating normalisation: Do teachers of English in Greece integrate technology in their everyday teaching practice (pp. 351-373), Spiros Spiris