While computers play a significant role in language learning, its trend has rarely been investigated through a citation analysis which measures the influences of authors and publications based on the number of citations toward them. This research consisted of a citation analysis aiming at analyzing the citation patterns reflected in computer-assisted language learning (CALL) articles from 2009 to 2010. For this study, three CALL journals were selected; the two overseas CALL journals, CALL and ReCALL, are listed with the Social Science Citation Index (SSCI), and MALL is listed with the Korea Citation Index (KCI). In addition, the two-year period of selected journals is based on the journal impact factor (JIF), the journal ranking system of SSCI. All the collected data was analyzed in accordance with characteristics of cited materials, most frequently cited items, and most frequently cited individuals. The results revealed that journals and books were cited the most, and relatively recent items were frequently cited. CALL researchers tended to cite English language teaching (ELT) and CALL-related publications. In addition, only a few publications and authors were repeatedly cited, and few Korean publications and authors were cited by overseas researchers.