March 10, 2013

February 2013 Issue of Language Learning & Technology

Volume 17, Number 1 of Language Learning & Technology is now available at

Special Issue on Less Commonly Taught Languages

In this issue:


L2 Identity, Discourse, and Social Networking in Russian
by Liudmila Klimanova and Svetlana Dembovskaya

Using a Radical-Derived Character E-Learning Platform to Increase Learner Knowledge of Chinese Characters
by Hsueh-Chih Chen, Chih-Chun Hsu, Li-Yun Chang, Yu-Chi Lin, Kuo-En Chang, and Yao-Ting Sung

Digital Texts for Learning Finnish: Shared Resources and Emerging Practices
by Juha Jalkanen and Heidi Vaarala

Ojibwe Language Revitalization, Multimedia Technology, and Family Language Learning
by Mary Hermes and Kendall A. King


LCTLs and Technology: The Promise of Open Education
by Carl Blyth

Emerging Technologies
edited by Robert Godwin-Jones

The Technological Imperative in Teaching and Learning Less Commonly Taught Languages
by Robert Godwin-Jones

Action Research
edited by Greg Kessler

Tablets for Informal Language Learning: Student Usage and Attitudes
by Xiao-Bin Chen

MALL—Somewhere between the Tower, the Field, the Classroom, and the Market: A Reply to Professor Stockwell’s Response
by Oliver James Ballance

Plus reviews, announcements, and calls for papers:

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