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Learning a foreign language is an ongoing process. You build oral comprehension and expression by using the language in different settings. You fine-tune your pronunciation by listening and responding to audio tapes, your classmates and your professor. You develop reading and writing skills through structured activities.There aren't enough regular classroom hours to do all this and do it well. And that's where Capital's new high-tech language lab comes in.Our digitalized language lab uses .WAV and MP3 technology to help you:
This modern facility has brought Capital to a whole new level in language education.
Learn more about Capital's Department of World Languages and Cultures.
The Language Lab is far more than just an alternative language classroom. It's open 50 hours a week, it's a quiet place to study, and it's strictly for the use and benefit of language students.At the Language Lab you can:
The Language Lab is staffed whenever it's open, so you can always get help when you need it. Your professor will be there during weekly class lab sessions. If you need technical help at any other time, just ask the language professor or trained student assistant on duty.
Sony Virtuoso and Soloist SoftwareCapital's Language Lab is equipped with Sony Virtuoso™ (instructional control software) and Soloist® (digital comparative recorder software), which allow you, the student, to:
Your professor has a master console that connects with and controls all the workstations in the lab. Using this console, the professor can:
Capital's new Language Lab also contains:
For more information about Capital's language lab, contactDr. Marie-Madeleine SteyChair, Department of World Languages and Cultures(614) firstname.lastname@example.org
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