Liam Murray
TitleCited byYear
Blogs for specific purposes: Expressivist or socio-cognitivist approach?
L Murray, T Hourigan
ReCALL 20 (1), 82-97, 2008
1402008
Using blogs to help language students to develop reflective learning strategies: Towards a pedagogical framework
T Hourigan, L Murray
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 26 (2), 2010
1392010
Beyond the “wow” factor—evaluating multimedia language learning software from a pedagogical viewpoint
L Murray, A Barnes
System 26 (2), 249-259, 1998
1151998
Blog writing integration for academic language learning purposes: Towards an assessment framework
L Murray, T Hourigan, C Jeanneau
Ibérica, Revista de la Asociación Europea de Lenguas para Fines Específicos …, 2007
562007
The Routledge handbook of language learning and technology
F Farr, L Murray
Routledge, 2016
372016
Using micropublishing to facilitate writing in the foreign language
L Murray, T Hourigan
Calling on CALL: From theory and research to new directions in foreign …, 2006
372006
Netskills and the current state of beliefs and practices in student learning: an assessment and recommendations
L Murray, T Hourigan, C Jeanneau, D Chappell
British journal of educational technology 36 (3), 425-438, 2005
262005
CALL and Web training with teacher self-empowerment: a departmental and long-term approach
L Murray
Computers & Education 31 (1), 17-23, 1998
241998
Literacies, technology and language teaching
G Dudeney, N Hockly
FARR, F.; MURRAY, L. The Routledge Handbook of Language Learning and …, 2016
172016
Investigating the emerging generic features of the blog writing task across three discrete learner groups at a higher education institution
T Hourigan, L Murray
Educational Media International 47 (2), 83-101, 2010
152010
A corpus‐based analysis of online synchronous and asynchronous modes of communication within language teacher education
E Riordan, L Murray
Classroom Discourse 1 (2), 181-198, 2010
122010
Using authentic materials in the foreign language classrooms: Teacher attitudes and perceptions in Libyan universities
AMA Belaid, L Murray
Macrothink Institute, 2015
112015
Critically Evaluating Prensky in a Language Learning Context: The" Digital Natives/Immigrants Debate" and Its Implications for CALL
S Benini, L Murray
EURO CALL Conference, 25-30, 2013
112013
Sharing and collaborating between an online community of novice teachers: CMC in language teacher education
E Riordan, L Murray
Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society 8 (3), 2012
92012
Developing the pedagogical ICT competence of modern foreign languages teacher trainees. Situation: All change and plus ça change
A Barnes, L Murray
Journal of IT for Teacher Education 8 (2), 165-180, 1999
91999
Digital games in the twenty‐first century
C Martin, L Murray
Routledge 31 (4), 323-327, 2006
82006
Mapping successful language learning approaches in the adaptation of generic software
T Hourigan, L Murray
Computer Assisted Language Learning 19 (4-5), 301-316, 2006
82006
Computer supported collaborative writing and language learning
M Grosbois
The Routledge handbook of language learning and technology, 269-280, 2016
62016
A comparison of the utilization of e-learning management systems in the Republic of Ireland and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: A case study (2015)
Y Aljuhney, L Murray
International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and …, 2016
62016
Challenging Prensky’s characterization of digital natives and digital immigrants in a real-world classroom setting
S Benini, L Murray
Digital literacies in foreign and second language education, 69-85, 2014
62014
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