SPAN 3360 Language and Technology
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as SPAN 53.11.
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3 hours, 2 hours multimedia laboratory; 3 credits
A systematic approach to multimedia resources for students and teachers of Languages Other Than English. Audiovisual materials (audio documents, films, and videos), software programs, electronic dictionaries. Audio, video, CD-ROM format, and the Web. Informational materials, news, and other original texts in foreign languages in formats other than printed media. Use of e-mail as a teaching tool. Use of the Web as an environment for learning and teaching foreign languages. Development of classroom activities using multimedia technologies. To be taught in English.
Prerequisite: Spanish 2010  or permission of the chairperson.
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