CALU: Computer Assisted Language Use

To the many acronyms for the different uses of Computer Assisted Language Learning, Watson Todd added a new one las July 2007 in CALL-EJ online, which I find really interesting for the continuous learning context. In his article Computer Assisted Language Use: An Internet Survey he defines this new term as the use of computers by non-native speakers to enhance their use of English without necessarily trying to learn the language. It is what most of us, non-native do in our daily activity. And I guess it works. I recommend you to read this interesting article on one of the best uses of Internet for language learners.

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