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Summer 2014     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 18, Issue 2

145 PAGES,     22 ARTICLES,     34 AUTHORS,     29% ACCEPTANCE RATE
AUTHORS   BY   ACADEMIC   RANK
   o3 PROFESSORS,    12 ASSOC PROF,    10 ASST PROF,    o5 INSTR,    o4 OTHER,    oo GRAD STUDENT

 
 Table of Contents
Editorial:          
	-- Collaboration in Education   / 3
	-- Second Language Acquisition and Pedagogy      / 5

From Tabula Rasa to Knowledge-Filled Vessels  / 7
	David Raska, Northern Kentucky University
	Doris Shaw, Northern Kentucky University
	Eileen Weisenbach-Keller, Northern Kentucky University
Learner Profiles in Hybrid Language Learning  / 12
	Carolyn Gascoigne, University of Nebraska at Omaha
	Juliette Parnell, University of Nebraska at Omaha
An Analysis of Spanish L2 Lexical Richness  /  17
	Dieter A. Waldvogel, U.S. Air Force Academy 
Information Literacy: Graduate Education Students  / 25
	Amrita Madray, Adelphi University, Garden City, NY 
IT Certifications in Undergraduate CS/MIS Courses  / 34
	Naveed Saleem, University of Houston-Clear Lake, TX
 	Gokhan Gercek, University of Houston-Clear Lake, TX
Bridges over Transactional Waters  / 40
	Lynn Akin|, Texas Woman’s University
Conversational Arabic-English Code-switching  / 47
	Khaled Al Masaeed, University of Arizona, AZ
Poetry: A Means to Culture in the ESL Classroom  / 56
	Rebecca L. Chism, Kent State University
	Seham Sayed, Kent State University
The Unintentional Harm of Compassion Fatigue  / 60
	Denise Orpustan-Love, California State University, Monterey 
How to use Cognitive Psychology when Testing  / 66
	Cameron Davidson, Ball State University
	Edward J. Lazaros, Ball State University
Reading Motivation: A Study of Literature Circles  / 72
	Jeff Whittingham, University of Central Arkansas, AR
Predictors of Educational Attainment for Veterans?  / 77
	Brandon Moore,   Baylor University, TX
A Model for Literacy Field Based Experience   / 83
	Avis M. Masuda, University of Hawaii at Hilo
	Michele M. Ebersole, University of Hawaii at Hilo
Yoga: Therapy for Children on the Autism Spectrum  / 90
	Allen Studnitzer, Dominican University, IL
	Anita Miller, Dominican University, IL
Collaborative Grantwriting  /  96
	James W. Jones, Ball State University, IN
Collaboration and Early College Schools  / 101
	Tara L. Shepperson, Eastern Kentucky University
	Teresa Wallace, Eastern Kentucky University
Teaching Corpus Linguistics in Freiburg, Germany  / 107
	Irina Martynova, Chuvash State Pedagogical University, Russia
Input in Online Foreign Language Learning  / 113
	Rong Zhao,  Shanghai International Studies University
Multiple intelligences in the EFL classroom  / 119 
	Ewa Suchecka, University of Warsaw, Poland
Changing Worlds, Changing Needs: EFL Provision  / 126
	Miriam Symon, IDC Herzliya, Israel
	Monica Broido, IDC Herzliya and Tel Aviv University
The Impact of Study Abroad on Learner Autonomy  / 132 
	Ying Peng, University of Leeds, UK
	J. Mark Halstead, University of Huddersfield, UK
English L2 intonation by native Italian speakers  / 138
	M. Grazia Busą, University of Padova, Italy
	Antonio Stella, University of Padova, Italy 

KEYWORD Subject/Topic Index  /  144-145

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