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The purpose of this volume is to expand and refine our understanding of the use of design-based research (DBR) in CALL by contributing to the growing body of literature in this area. We have tried our best to strike a balance between theoretical considerations and concrete examples of DBR. The first section of this volume focuses on theoretical perspectives and ideas that can inform the use of DBR in CALL. The second section contains studies that illustrate DBR through concrete instances of its operationalization. We hope this volume will be a useful source of information and inspiration for those considering to further explore DBR in CALL. For updates on DBR in CALL, please visit the companion site to this volume: https://sites.google.com/site/designbasedresearch/
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Martinez-Alvarez, Patricia; Bannan, Brenda; Bush, Michael D.; Campbell, Lucy; Hoven, Debra; Hung, Hsiu-Ting; Johnson, E. Marcia; Koop, Elaine; Larsen-Freeman, Diane; Levy, Mike; Lewis, Tasha N.; McKenney, Susan; Palalas, Agnieszka; Pardo-Ballester, Cristina; Reeves, Thomas C.; Rodriguez, Julio C.; Sorenson, Meg; Sumi, Seijiro; and Takeuchi, Osamu, "Design-Based Research in CALL" (2013). World Languages and Cultures Books. 7.