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This volume describes theory-based practice for contexts ranging from the one-computer classroom to the fully wired, turbo-charged, Internet-based learning center. It offers a theoretical framework based on ESL and SLA research. Each chapter tackles critical issues within computer-assisted language learning. In these CALL environments, technology changes not only how teachers teach but what they can teach and reaches out to the most distant learners in the most isolated places.