Tutoring hours are over for the 2014-15 academic year. The language lab will reopen during week of fall quarter. Check back soon!
Tutoring hours are over for the 2014-15 academic year. We’ll resume operations in the fall, so check back soon!
TF1 is a French language channel. It is great if you want full immersion. Video content may not be available in the US.
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has various resources to improve your French skills. Videos that load through the BBC iPlayer may not be available to use outside of the UK. Until a pay service is offered, you will have to find another way. Some options to research: purchasing access to a virtual private network located in the UK; proxy servers within the UK that will provide video access; TOR (The Onion Router – most difficult).
Radio France Internationale has a portion of their site dedicated to learning French.
Channel 2 in France hosts daily TV news shows online. They also have many other interesting things to watch.
Monash University hosts an excellent Japanese-English and English-Japanese dictionary, a Kanji finder, and automated text glossing.
El País is an online version of a daily newspaper that covers a very broad range of issues. It is a great resource for anybody studying media, international politics, Spanish culture, or contemporary Spanish language.
BBC hosts a section for Irish language learners on their site.
Russnet provides a variety of resources on the culture and language of Russia from Ivan the Terrible to Stalin in the format of learning modules. These are free with registration which requires the installation of a Cyrillic font provided on the website. Users must be able to read and type in Cyrillic. Once registered many different modules are available (in RealPlayer format) to help students learn the Russian language in the context of a lesson about history, culture, or even business.