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October, 2020

tue06Oct2:00 PM3:00 PMVirtual EventANVILL 3.0: A New Set of Tools for Building Rich Interactive Lessons in Language TeachingJeff Magoto, University of Oregon2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Pacific Time

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Time

Tuesday 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Pacific Time

Location

Online via Zoom

Cost

Free

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Session Description

In this workshop-demonstration, we will introduce the latest version of our open-source web tool, A National Virtual Language Lab (ANVILL). Now available as a mobile app as well as an LTI-compatible desktop app, ANVILL is designed to serve language teachers wishing to design interactive speech-based exercises and students looking for an easy way to record and get feedback on their oral-aural progress.

Our goal for this presentation is to both introduce the many new features of the tool but also to use feedback from a discerning audience like NW eLearners to gauge how well we’re meeting expectations for a next generation, language-focused tool. Collectively we should all leave with a better understanding of what language faculty are looking for in modern speech-based software, and how developers and instructional designers can best respond to their needs.

Speakers

Jeff Magoto, University of Oregon

Jeff Magoto is the director of the Yamada Language Center at the University of Oregon. He supervises a Less Commonly Taught Language Program, teaches in the MA in Language Studies Program and is the project manager for ANVILL, a widely used speech tool for language learning.