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Title
The role and shape of speech technologies in well-designed language learning environments : Proceedings of SLaTE 2013 - Interspeech 2013 Satellite workshop on Speech and Language Technology in Education, Grenoble, France - August 30-31 & September 1st, 2013
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Abstract
No technology carries an inherent, direct, measurable and generalizable effect on learning. Nor does speech technology. Its assumed added value is not a starting point for design, but a hypothesis resulting from design. Role and shape of speech technologies are simply logical and natural consequences of the specification of an optimal language learning environment for a specific context and for specific subconscious personal goals. These ecological and psychological paradigm shifts will be illustrated by a discussion of the design concept behind a project on pronunciation training. Challenges for CALL research on this topic will be briefly discussed.
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English
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Proceedings of the SLaTE Workshop on Speech and Language Technology in Education
Publication
2013
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(2013)
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UAntwerpen
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Publications with a UAntwerp address
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Last edited 14.06.2016
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