The LLC makes audio series required by language classes available to students. We make these series available in a number of ways. Most of our audio series have been placed on the web for listening by UW students. At the audio and video services window, you can purchase complete sets of popular audio series from the sales office.
Many other language tapes are located in the LLC storage archives; these tapes are not available for listening or duplication at this time. If appropriate copyright permission exists, copies are available for purchase by special order. Contact the LLC to order such tapes and arrange payment and delivery. Shipping and handling charges apply for mail orders.
The LLC does not sell or distribute texts to accompany language tapes. Those who purchase or listen to tapes usually already have the printed material or intend to obtain it somewhere else.
Click here to use the web to listen to selected audio series and to use other web-based language learning resources.
Come to our Computer Labs (UW students only) to use multilingual internet access, word processing, webcams and headphones, and language learning software.
The LLC provides CALL courseware for integration into language curricula, providing self-paced as well as instructor-led learning activities. The courseware consists of interactive multimedia programs with visuals, sound, text, video, and self- or teacher-evaluation capabilities.
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Multilingual word processing, web browsing, and email resources are also available.
LLC Developed Language Applications are available for use online with the link to the left.
The tutoring services bulletin board is for students, tutors, and translators to post language-related notes or advertisements. The board is located on the wall outside the entrance to the LLC.
Learn more about our Video Conferencing options for UW students.
Use the video booths to watch videos for specific language classes, as well as to watch SCOLA, the International Channel, Deutsche Welle, and Husky TV.