Professor Schuh thinks of teaching linguistics and doing descriptive, comparative, and historical work on African languages as hobbies. His hobbies and multimedia go hand in hand.
Trying to interpret for rappers and Reggae musicians first got Hayashi, a lecturer in UCLAs Asian Languages and Cultures department, thinking about the differences between English and her native Japanese.
Language Faces are short videos by members of the UCLA community speaking a language other than English.
Michael Heim on the Role of Motivation in Learning Languages
A professor of Arabic at UCLA lists reasons, beyond the U.S. response to 9/11, that enrollments in Arabic courses have more than doubled in recent years. These include the influence of Arab architecture in California and on campus.
Innovative language teaching doesn't have to be high-tech, but in a new media age the foreign language classroom is changing. This newly launched website looks into how.
The goal of this section is to provide information about technology that is particularly useful to our Foreign Language Community here at UCLA. Here, you'll find an introduction to tools that are especially useful for Foreign Language Learning & Teaching.