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Publications

These are also buried in my cv, but for those who want to grab them quickly, here they are:

Chu, L. (2001). MOOing in a foreign language. In Suite101.com (Eds.), Real People Real Stories: How the Internet is Touching Lives.  Suite101.com, Inc. Vancouver, BC.

Turbee, L. (1995). MundoHispano: A Text-Based Virtual Environment for Learners and Native Speakers of Spanish. In Mark Warschauer, (Ed.), Virtual Connections (pp. 233-234). Manoa, HI: Second Language Teaching and Curriculum Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Turbee, L. (1995). What can we do in a MOO?: Suggestions for Language Teachers. In Mark Warschauer, (Ed.), Virtual Connections (pp. 235-238). Manoa, HI: Second Language Teaching and Curriculum Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Turbee, L. (1997). Educational MOO: Text-based Virtual Reality for Learning in Community. ERIC Digest, ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology, Syracuse, NY.

Turbee, L. (1998). MOO, WOO and more: language learning in virtual environments. In Egbert, J. and Hanson-Smith, E., (Eds.), CALL Environments: Research, practice, and critical issues. TESOL Publications, Alexandria, VA. (Also available through ERIC.)

Warschauer, M., Turbee, L., & Roberts, B. (1996). Computer learning networks and student empowerment. SYSTEM, 24(1), 1-14. (EJ 527 752)
 

Presentations

I have given over 25 presentations and workshops in the U.S. and abroad since 1994, most of them about the use of virtual communities for language learning or professional development. For a full listing, see my curriculum vitae.



"If one cannot state a matter clearly enough so that even an intelligent twelve-year-old can understand it, one should remain within the cloistered walls of the university and laboratory until one gets a better grasp of one's subject matter."  
- Margaret Mead

 
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Please note: Lonnie Turbee became Lonnie Chu on Feb. 16, 2001.