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CALL (Computer Aided Language Learning) There are many technologies available today to assist individuals and professionals alike in language learning pursuits. One such technology is called CALL or Computer Aided Language Learning. CALL is defined as ?a research field which explores the use of computational methods and techniques as well as new media for language learning and teaching.? In short, CALL, which is believed to have been around since the 1960?s, is the use of computer technology to teach languages. Another term for CALL is TELL (technology-Enhance Language Learning). TELL emerged in the 1990?s out of the University of Hull. During the 1960?s at the Urbana campus of the University of Illinois, Professor Don Bitzer and his colleagues founded the Computer-based Education Research Laboratory (CERL) and developed what came to be known as the Plato Project. ?The PLATO system pioneered online forums and message boards, email, chat rooms, instant messaging, remote screen sharing, and multiplayer games, leading to the emergence of what was perhaps the world's first online community.? Plato can be called the grandfather of many computer based technologies, including CALL. With the development of smaller and more personal computers the 70?s and 80?s saw an expansion