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.
A collection of Russian-language podcasts for speakers on the intermediate level or higher is now available on the Center for World Languages web site.
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Language Instructional Technology
- Ecampus: Course Websites for the Humanities
CCLE is a system that provides course websites for the Humanities Division. The websites are used to make course content more available to students, to enhance classroom discussion, and to enrich the overall instructional environment with the interactive and multimedia possibilities of technology.
- Digitizing Audio and Video
Want to digitize audio or video to use in your course? The Center for Digital Humanities offers resources to digitize audio and video from a variety of analog & digital formats.
- SCOLA: Broadcast Television from Around the World
SCOLA is a service that allows students and instructors to view broadcast television from around the world. Students can view the video to assist in their language learning objectives. Instructors can take advantage of these video-materials as well as ready-to-use "Insta-class" comprehension modules, which are complete with translation, transcription, vocabulary, a and quiz!
WIMBA is a suite of online communications tools, called Voice Tools, as well as an Oral Assessment Builder. Instructors and students can communicate using Voice Email, Voice Discussion Boards, and Voice Direct (a voice chat tool). With the Oral Assessment Builder, instructors can create online oral assessments for students to take, as well as give voice feedback to students!