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The Firewall in the Mind (Slide 49)
The final conclusion is inarticulable because unimaginable

And the final point is the one I can't articulate because we haven't imagined it yet And that is what I'd like to leave you with today, the idea that the boundaries are limitless, constructive experimentation with technologically advanced tools should be supported and encouraged, and be aware that the firewall is only in the mind. Overcome it. And thank you.

Bibliography and information

The document approved by the board and membership of CALICO on March 17, 2001 Scholarly Activities in Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Development, Pedagogical Innovations, and Research,

Levy, Michael. 1997. Computer-assisted language learning: Context and conceptualization. New York: Oxford University Press.

MLI Homepage, with Virtual CALL Tour:

Warschauer, Mark. Heidi Shetzer, and Christine Meloni. 2000. Internet for English Teaching. Washington, DC: TESOL Publications

For information on my philosophy and tools driving CALL development:

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