Software Engineering Principles Applied to Computer Assisted Language Learning
Issue: Vol 14 No. 2-4 (1996)
Journal: CALICO Journal
When the principles of software engineering are applied to the development of computer assisted language learning software, the resultant products are more reliable, easier to maintain, and easier to modify at a later date. This article shows how those principles were used in developing the Elementary Language Study Exerciser (ELSE), a program that drills students and corrects their written homework in French and other languages.
Author: John Robin Allen, Kasilingam Periyasamy