• Crystal Rose-Wainstock Kanda University of International Studies




social annotation, annotation, online reading


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Author Biography

  • Crystal Rose-Wainstock, Kanda University of International Studies

    Crystal Rose-Wainstock is an English educator most recently affiliated with Kanda University of International Studies in Chiba, Japan. She received her MA in TESL from the University of Minnesota, where she also taught in the Intensive English Program. Her research interests include computer-assisted language learning, learner autonomy, and learner motivation.


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How to Cite

Rose-Wainstock, C. (2022). Hypothesis. CALICO Journal, 39(1), 118-128. https://doi.org/10.1558/cj.18560