Using ICT to support your language learning

Shield, Lesley; Rossade, Klaus-Dieter; Rosell-Aguilar, Fernando and Beaven, Tita (2005). Using ICT to support your language learning. In: Hurd, Stella and Murphy, Linda eds. Success with Languages. Oxford: Routledge in association with the Open University Press, pp. 161–184.



Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is increasingly used in language courses and to support language learning. It offers a wide range of different language learning opportunities, from CD-ROMs and electronic dictionaries to word-processing, email and the World Wide Web (Web). This chapter is about the role ICT can play in supporting and enhancing your language learning and how you can use these opportunities to best advantage.

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