iCALL vs ICALL or what ambitions for “intelligent” CALL software?

Abstract : ICALL has longly been somewhat marginal within the CALL community. A quick google scholar search by journal shows 48 mentions of “NLP” in 1920 ReCALL articles, 70/1740 for CALICO and 22/349 for ALSIC (French CALL Journal). Some of these mentions come from special issues dedicated to the subject. Does this under-representation come from disinterest of language learning on the part of NLP practitioners or the other way round? In the wake of a regain in interest, we wonder how the community might maintain this interest. This presentation offers the argument that advanced and ambitious NLP is not the only possibility.
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CALICO 2018 — Connecting CALL's past to its future, May 2018, Champaign-Urbana, United States. 2018, 〈https://calico.org/calico-conference/calico-2018〉
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Mathieu Loiseau. iCALL vs ICALL or what ambitions for “intelligent” CALL software?. CALICO 2018 — Connecting CALL's past to its future, May 2018, Champaign-Urbana, United States. 2018, 〈https://calico.org/calico-conference/calico-2018〉. 〈hal-01811085〉

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