Volume 19 2014

Languages for Specific Purposes in the Digital Era

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ISBN: 978-3-319-02221-5 (Print) 978-3-319-02222-2 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvii

  2. General Issues About Learning Languages with Computers

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-25

      Information Technology and Languages for Specific Purposes in the EHEA: Options and Challenges for the Knowledge Society

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      Pages 27-44

      Fostering Learner Autonomy in Technology-Enhanced ESP Courses

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      Pages 45-67

      The I-AGENT Project: Blended Learning Proposal for Professional English Integrating an AI Extended Version of Moodle with Classroom Work for the Practice of Oral Skills

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      Pages 69-87

      Student Assessment in the Online Language Learning Materials Developed and Delivered Through the InGenio System

  3. Computer-Assisted Experiences for the Development of Language Competences and Skills

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 89-89

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      Pages 91-109

      Internet Dictionaries for Teaching and Learning Business English in Spanish Universities

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      Pages 111-128

      Moodle Glossary Tasks for Teaching Legal English

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      Pages 129-154

      Promoting Specialised Vocabulary Learning Through Computer-Assisted Instruction

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      Pages 155-173

      A Practical Application of Wikis for Learning Business English as a Second Language

  4. Corpus-Based Approaches to/Applications for Teaching and Processing Languages

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 175-175

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      Pages 177-196

      A Genre-Based Approach to the Teaching of Legal and Business English: The GENTT Specialized Corpus in the LSP Classroom

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      Pages 197-222

      Innovative Methods for LSP-Teaching: How We Use Corpora to Teach Business Russian

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      Pages 223-241

      Automatic Specialized vs. Non-specialized Text Differentiation: The Usability of Grammatical Features in a Latin Multilingual Context

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      Pages 243-263

      Exploring the Potential of Corpus Use in Translation Training: New Approaches for Incorporating Software in Danish Translation Course Design

  5. Processing Natural Languages

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 265-265

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      Pages 267-301

      Representing Environmental Knowledge in EcoLexicon

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      Pages 303-322

      New Approaches to Audiovisual Translation: The Usefulness of Corpus-Based Studies for the Teaching of Dubbing and Subtitling

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      Pages 323-344

      The Pragmatic Level of OntoLingAnnot’s Ontologies and Their Use in Pragmatic Annotation for Language Teaching

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      Pages 345-348

      Reflections on the Future of Technology-Mediated LSP Research and Education