: Instructional Design of Call: A Perspective of Flexibility, Learning Goal, and Computer Roles. The purpose of this study is to review instructional design (ID) used in computer assisted language learning (CALL) studies. The Eight models of ID derived from three different dimensions of online learning, namely: learning content delivery (flexibility), learning goal, and computer roles serve as the basis of analysis for the corpus CALL-related articles which become the source of data. A hundred and forty-seven articles were reviewed resulting in eighty-six articles matching the curent study. The findings show that 5 out of eight models emerge in the CALL literature. Details about learning flexibility and computer roles are discussed in the article.