Selected bibliography

Abraham, R.G., & Vann, R.J. (1987). Strategies of two learners: A case study. In A.L. Wenden & J. Rubin (Eds.)., Learner Strategies in Language Learning (pp. 85-102). New York: Prentice Hall.

Allwright, R.L. (1979). Abdication and responsibility in language teaching. Studies in Second Language
Acquisition 2
,  105-121.

Anderson, N.J. (1991). Individual differences in strategy use in second language reading and testing. Modern Language Journal, 75, 460-472.

Aston, G. (1993). The learners contribution to the self-access centre. ELT Journal 47:3,   219-227.

Autonomy 2000: The Development of Learning Independence in Language Learning. Conference Proceedings. Bangkok: King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Thonburi.

Bacon, S. (1992). Authentic listening in Spanish: How learners adjust their strategies to the difficulty of the input. Hispania, 75, 398-412.

Bailey, P., Daley, C.E., & Onwuegbuzie, A. (1999). Foreign Language Anxiety and Learning Style. Foreign Language Annals, 32(1), 63-76.

Barnett, M.A. (1988). Teaching reading strategies: How methodology affects language course articulation. Foreign Language Annals, 21, 109-116.

Barnett, L. & Jordan, G. (1991). Self-access facilities: what are they for?. ELT Journal 45:4,  305-12.

Bennett, L. (1993). Teacher off: computer technology, guidance and self-access. System 21(3).  295-304.

Benson, P. & P. Voller (eds.). (1997). Autonomy and Independence in Language Learning. London: Longman.

Bialystock, Ellen (1985). The compatibility of teaching and learning strategies. Applied Linguistics 6:3,
255-62.

Bird, K. (1993). Learner development and responsibility. English Teaching Forum 31:4,   26-29.

Blanche, P. & Merino, B.J. (1994). Self-assessment of foreign-language skills: Implications for teachers and
researchers. Language Learning 39:3,  313-40.

Boud, D. (ed.). (1988). Developing Student Autonomy in Learning. Second Edition. London: Kogan Page.

Brandes, D. & Ginnis, P. (1986). A Guide to Student-centred Learning. Oxford: Blackwell.

Broady, E & M-M Kenning (eds.). (1996). Promoting Learner Autonomy in University Language Teaching. London: Association for French Language Studies / CILT.

Brookes, A. & P. Grundy (eds.). (1988). Individualization and Autonomy in Language Learning. ELT Documents 131. Modern English Publications, British Council,   100-18.

Brookfield, S. (ed.). (1985). Self-directed Learning: from Theory to Practice. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Brookfield, S. (1986). Understanding and Facilitating Adult Learning. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Brookfield, S. (1993). Self-directed learning, political clarity, and the critical practice of adult education.
Adult Education Quarterly 43:4,  227-242.

Brown, A.L., & Palincsar, A.S. (1982). Inducing srategic learning from texts by means of informed self-control training. Topics in Learning and Learning Disabilities, 2, 1-17.

Cameron, L.J. (1990). Staying with the script: personality and self-directed learning. System 18,  65-75.

Campbell, C. & H. Kryszewska (1992). Learner-based Teaching. Oxford University Press.

Candy, P. C. (1991). Self-direction for Lifelong Learning. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Cl„ment, R., D˜rnyei, Z., & Noels, K.A. (1994). Motivation, self-confidence and group cohesion in the foreign language classroom. Language Learning 33,   272-91.

Cotterall, S. (1995). Developing a course strategy for autonomy. ELT Journal 49:3 219-27.

Cotterall, S. (1995). Readiness for autonomy: Investigating learner beliefs. System 23(2)., 195-205.

Crabbe, D. (1993). Fostering autonomy from within the classroom: The teacher's responsibility. System
21
(4).  443-52.

Crooks, G., & Schmidt, R.W. (1991). Motivation: Reopening the research agenda. Language Learning, 41, 469-512.

Curran, C.A. (1976). Counseling-learning in Second Languages. Illinois: Apple River Press.

Deller, S. (1990). Lessons from the Learner: Student-generated Activities for the Language Classroom.
Pilgrims Longman Resource Books.

Dickinson, L. (1987). Self-instruction in Language Learning. Cambridge University Press.

Dickinson, L. (1995). Autonomy and motivation: A literature review. System 23(2)., 165-174.

Dickinson, L. & Wenden, A.(eds.). (1995). Special issue on autonomy. System, 2:3.

D˜rnyei, Z.(1990). Conceptualizing motivation in foreign-language learning. Language Learning, 40, 45-78.

D˜rnyei, Z. (1997). Psychological processes in cooperative language learning: Group dynamics and motivation. Modern Language Journal 81(4)., 482-93.

Dudley-Marling, C. and Searle, D. (1995). Who Owns Learning?: Questions of Autonomy, Choice, and Control. Portsmouth, NH: Heineman.

Dyson, P. (1993). University of Oxford Self-access Language Study Centre. English Studies 10, London:
British Council.

Egbert, J. & Hanson-Smith, E. (Eds.) (1999). CALL Environments: Research, Practice, and Critical Issues. Alexandria. VA: TESOL.

Ellis, G. & Sinclair, B. (1989). Learning to Learn English: A Course in Learner Training. Cambridge
University Press.

Esch, E. (ed.). (1994). Self-Access and the Adult Language Learner. London: CILT.

Esch, E. (1995). Exploring the concept of distance for language learning. ReCALL 7:1,   5-11

Evans, M. (1993). Flexible learning and modern language teaching. Language Learning Journal 8,  17-21.

Gardner, D. & L. Miller, L. (eds.). (1994). Directions in Self-Access Language Learning, Hong Kong University Press.

Gardner, D.(1995). A methodology for converting teaching materials to self-access learning materials. Modern English Teacher 4:3, 53-57.

Gardner, D. (1996). Self-assessment for self-access learning. TESOL Journal 5:3, 18-23.

Gardner, D. & Miller, L. (1996). Tasks for Independent Language Learning. TESOL.

Gathercole, I. (ed.). (1990). Autonomy in Language Learning. London: CILT.

Gremmo, M-J. & Riley, P. (1995). Autonomy, self-direction and self access in language teaching and learning: The history of an idea. System 23(2)., 151-164.

Guillot, M-N. (1993). Computer information systems and learner independence - a word of caution. ReCALL 8,
16-20.

Hammond, M. & Collins, R. (1991). Self-directed Learning: Critical Practice. London: Kogan Page.

Herman, R., ed. (1982). The Design of Self-directed Learning: a Handbook for Teachers and Administrators.
Toronto: The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education Press.

Hill, B. (1994). Self-managed learning: state of the art article. Language Teaching 27, 213-23.

Ho, J. & Crookall, D. (1995). Breaking with Chinese cultural traditions: Learner autonomy in English language
teaching. System 23(2)., 235-44.

Holec, H., Little, D. & Richterich, R. (eds.). (1996). Strategies in language learning and use. Studies towards a Common European Framework of reference for language learning and teaching. Strasbourg, Council of Europe.

Horwitz, Elaine K. (1988). The beliefs about language learning of beginning university foreign language
students. The Modern Language Journal 72:3,  283-294.

Jafarpur, A. & Yamini, M. (1995). Do self-assessment and peer-rating improve with training? RELC Journal
26
:1,  63-85.

Jones, G. (1993). Designing a new self-access centre. English Studies 10, London: British Council.

Kenny, B. (1993).  For more autonomy. System 21(4)., 431-42.

Kletzien, S.B. & Bednar, M.R. (1988). A framework for reader autonomy: an integrated perspective. Journal of
Reading 32
:1,  30-33.

Lin, L.Y. & Brown, R. (1994). Guidelines for the production of in-house self-access materials. ELT Journal 48:2,
150-56.

Little, D. (1995). Learning as dialogue: The dependence of learner autonomy on teacher autonomy. System 23(2)., 175-81.

Littlewood, W. (1996). Autonomy: an anatomy and a framework. System 24(4)., 427-35.

McDevitt, B. (1997). Learner autonomy and the need for learner training. Language Learning Journal 16,
34-39.

McGarry, D. (1995). Learner Autonomy 4: The Role of Authentic Texts. Dublin: Authentik.

Michener, D. (1991). Setting up a self-access unit. Modern English Teacher 3/4,   70-71.

Miliander, J., ed. (1995). Fourth Nordic Conference on Developing Autonomous Learning in the Foreign
Language Classroom.
Proceedings of a conference at Rans¼ter, Sweden, 29 August - 1 September, 1991.
H˜gskolan I Karlstad.

Miller, L. & Rogerson-Revell, P. (1993). Self-access systems. ELT Journal 47,   228-233.

Miller, L. (1992). Self-access Centres in S.E. Asia. Research Report No.11, City Polytechnic of Hong
Kong.

Moore, C. (1992). Self-access: appropriate technology. Manchester: British Council.

Morrison, B. (1993). ‘Setting up a self-learning unit in China’. English Studies 10, London: British Council.

Murayama, I. (1996). The status of strategies in learning: a brief history of changes in researchers views.
Learning Learning 2:3,  7-12.

Murray, G. & Kouritzin, S. (1997). Rethinking second language instruction, autonomy and technology: A
manifesto. System 25:2, 185-195.

Myers, C. (1990). Sharing the Power: Facilitating Learner Independence in the Adult ESL Classroom. TESL
Canada Journal 8
:1,  77-86.

Nesi, H. (1993). Self-access systems for English Language support. ReCALL, 8,   28-30.

New, E. (1999). Computer-Aided writing in French as a foreign language: A qualitative and quantitative look at the process of revision. Modern Language Journal, 83(1), 80-97.

Noels, K.A., Cl„ment, R., & Pelletier, L.G. (1999). Perceptions of teachers' communicative style and students' intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. Modern Language Journal 83:1,  23-34.

Nunan, D. (1988). The Learner-centred Curriculum: A Study in Second Language Teaching. Cambridge
University Press.

Nunan, D. (ed.). (1992). Collaborative Language Learning and Teaching. Cambridge University Press.

Nyikos, M. & Hashimoto, R. (1997). Constructivist theory applied to collaborative learning in teacher education: In search of ZPD. Modern Language Journal, 81(4)., 506-17.

O'Malley, J. M. & Chamot, A.U. (1990). Learning Strategies in Second Language Acquisition. Cambridge
University Press.

O'Malley, J. M., Chamot, A.U., Stewner-Marizanares, G., Russo, R.P. & Kpper, L. (1985). Learning strategy
applications with students of English as a second language. TESOL Quarterly 19:3   557-84.

O'Malley, J.M., A.U. Chamot, G. Stewner-Manzares, L. Kpper, & R.P. Russo, (1985). Learning strategies used
by beginning and intermediate ESL students. Language Learning, 35:1,  21-46.

Oscarson, Mats. (1989). Self-assessment of language proficiency: rationale and applications. Language
Testing 6
, 1-13.

Oxford, R. (1990). Language Learning Strategies: What Every Teacher Should Know. Rowley, Mass.: Newbury
House.

Oxford, R. (1996). Learning Strategies around the World: Cross-Cultural Perspectives. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii Second Language Teaching & Curriculum Center.

Oxford, R. (1997). Cooperative learning, collaborative learning, and interaction: Three communicative strands in the language classroom. Modern Language Journal 81(4)., 443-56.

Oxford, R. & Nyikos, M. (1989). Variables affecting choice of language learning strategies by university
students. Modern Language Journal 73,  291-300.

Oxford, R., & Shearin, J. (1994). Language learning motivation: Expanding the theoretical framework. Modern Language Journal, 78, 12-28.

Pemberton, R., Li, E. S. L., Or, W. W. F. & Pierson, H. D. (1996). Taking Control: Autonomy in Language Learning. Hong Kong University Press.

Pickard, N. (1995). Out-of-class language learning strategies: Three case studies. Language Learning
Journal 12
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Pierce, C. (1995). A model for self-access language provision. Language Learning Journal 11,  30-3.

Ramage, K. (1990). Motivational factors and persistence in foreign language study. Language Learning, 40, 189-219.

Rees-Miller, J. (1993). A critical appraisal of learner training: theoretical bases and teaching implications.
TESOL Quarterly 27:4 679-689.

Richards, K. (1994). Writing distance learning materials. In K. Richards & P. Roe (eds.). Distance Learning
in ELT
( 94-107). Modern English Publications in association with the British Council.

Rosewell, L.V. & Libben, G. (1994). The sound of one-hand clapping: how to succeed in independent language
learning. Canadian Modern Language Review 50:4  668-688.

Rowntree, D. (1990). Teaching through Self-instruction: How to Develop Open Learning Materials. London:
Kogan Page.

Rubin, J. & Thompson, I. (1994). How to be a more Successful Language Learner. Boston: Heinle & Heinle.

Rubin, J. (1975). What the "good language learner" can teach us. TESOL Quarterly, 9,  41-51.

Schmidt, R., Boraie, D., & Kassabgy, O. (1996). Foreign language motivation: Internal structure and external connections. In R.L. oxford (Ed.), Language Learning Motivation: Pathways to the New Century (pp. 14-87). Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii Press.

Sheerin, S. (1989). Self-Access. Oxford University Press.

Sheerin, S. (1991). State of the art: Self-access. Language Teaching 24:3,   153-157.

Skehan, P. (1989). Individual Differences in Second Language Learning. London: Edward Arnold.

Skehan, P. (1998). A Cognitive Approach to Language Learning. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Smith, R. (forthcoming). Starting with ourselves: Teacher autonomy in language learning. In D. Coyle, T. Lamb, I. McGrath, & B. Sinclair, (eds)., Learner Autonomy, Teacher Autonomy: Future Directions. Essex, UK: Addison Wesley Longman.

Sturtridge, G. (1992). Self-access: Preparation and Training. Manchester: British Council.

Ushioda, E. (1996). Learner Autonomy 5: The Role of Motivation. Dublin: Authentik.

van Lier, L. (1996). Interaction in the Language Curriculum: Awareness, Autonomy, and Authenticity. London:
Longman.

Vandergrift, L. (1997). The Cinderella of communication strategies: Reception strategies in interactive listening. Modern Language Journal 81(4)., 494-505.

Victori, M. & Lockart, W. (1995). Enhancing metacognition in self-directed learning. System 23:2, 223-34.

Warschauer, M. (1997). Computer-mediated collaborative learning: theory and practice. Modern Language Journal 81(4)., 470-81.

Wenden, A, & Rubin, J. (eds.). (1987). Learner Strategies in Language Learning. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Wenden, A. (1991). Learner Strategies for Learner Autonomy. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Wenden, A. (1995). Learner training in context: A task-based approach to promoting autonomy. System
23
:2,  183-194.

White, C. (1995). Autonomy and strategy use in distance foreign language learning: Research findings. System 23:2,  207-222.

Bibliography on Learner Autonomy and Independence
Annotated bibliography of selected sources
Carsten Roever's page on Web-based Testing

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