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Publications et travaux dans HAL de Thierry Chanier

Thierry Chanier is Professor of Applied Linguistics at Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, France.

CALL has been his main research interest over the past 25 years. In 1986, he started applying the NLP approach to language learning issues. In 1995, as a partner in the European project Camille, he developed one the first multimedia CD-ROM for French. He was chief editor of the online CALL journal when first published in 1998. Thierry has been a member of EuroCALL since the creation of the association in 1993 and hosted the EuroCALL conference in 1999 in Besançon, France.

Since this date, his main areas of interest are online language learning, the study of multimodal interaction in synchronous environments, and telecollaborative situations. He coordinated the Mulce project which in 2009 created an open-access repository of Learning & Teaching Corpora (LETEC ; )  and is currently developing CMC corpora with other researchers in Linguistics ( ) .

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Conference papers2 documents

  • Siglinde Pape, Thierry Chanier. Restez Sourd à l’apprentissage des langues ! – interactions signées et écrites dans un (m)OOC multilingue : présentation du projet E-SCALE. Colloque annuel de l’ACEDLE - "Interagir pour apprendre les langues aujourd’hui", Association des Chercheurs et Enseignants Didacticiens des Langues Étrangères, Jan 2015, Lyon, France. ⟨edutice-01118161⟩
  • Siglinde Pape, Thierry Chanier. To be Deaf and practice (interactively and at a distance) foreign languages in a (m)OOC: first report about the E-SCALE project. EUROCALL Annual Conference - "CALL Design: Principles and Practice", European Association for Computer-Assisted Language Learning, Aug 2014, Groningen, Netherlands. ⟨edutice-01068052⟩