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Interdisciplinary research at the intersection of CALL, NLP, and SLA: methodological implications from an input enhancement project

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Interdisciplinary research at the intersection of CALL, NLP, and SLA : methodological implications from an input enhancement project. / Ziegler, Nicole; Meurers, Detmar; Rebuschat, Patrick Emanuel; Ruiz, Simon; Moreno Vega, Jose; Chinkina, Maria; Li, Wenjing; Grey, Sarah.

In: Language Learning, Vol. 67, No. S1, 20.02.2017, p. 209-231.

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Ziegler, N, Meurers, D, Rebuschat, PE, Ruiz, S, Moreno Vega, J, Chinkina, M, Li, W & Grey, S 2017, 'Interdisciplinary research at the intersection of CALL, NLP, and SLA: methodological implications from an input enhancement project', Language Learning, vol. 67, no. S1, pp. 209-231. https://doi.org/10.1111/lang.12227

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Ziegler, N., Meurers, D., Rebuschat, P. E., Ruiz, S., Moreno Vega, J., Chinkina, M., Li, W., & Grey, S. (2017). Interdisciplinary research at the intersection of CALL, NLP, and SLA: methodological implications from an input enhancement project. Language Learning, 67(S1), 209-231. https://doi.org/10.1111/lang.12227

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Ziegler, Nicole ; Meurers, Detmar ; Rebuschat, Patrick Emanuel ; Ruiz, Simon ; Moreno Vega, Jose ; Chinkina, Maria ; Li, Wenjing ; Grey, Sarah. / Interdisciplinary research at the intersection of CALL, NLP, and SLA : methodological implications from an input enhancement project. In: Language Learning. 2017 ; Vol. 67, No. S1. pp. 209-231.

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