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Korean Through Drama
Korean Through Drama Partner: Carol Schulz- East Asian Languages
This interactive website includes audio, video, transcriptions, phrasal dictionaries, student pages, assignments and general extended resources for the study of Korean language and culture. Students access specific materials as assigned, and complete their assignments within the website itself for peer and instructor review....

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Access: Private
Released: September 2007

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Latin American Humanities Resource Site
Latin American Humanities Resource Site Partner: Anke Birkenmaier- Arts and Sciences
This website was developed to facilitate the teaching of Latin American Humanities I and II at Columbia University. Latin American Humanities is a course that provides a rigorous introduction to Latin American literature and culture. The first semester topics include discovery, conquest, colony and the struggles for independence; the second...

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Access: Private
Released: September 2005

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Kaleidoscope
Kaleidoscope Partner: Daniela Noe- Barnard College
Kaleidoscope/Caleidoscopio is an innovative film-based curriculum for language instruction. Kaleidoscope immerses the student in an all-Italian site that features a series of activities based on the close analysis of Italian comedies from 1950 to 2000. As students watch selected film clips, they can choose whether to view the clip with...

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Access: Columbia only
Released: January 2005

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French Resources Database
French Resources Database Partner: Pascale Hubert-Liebler- Arts and Sciences
This searchable database allows French language instructors to record and catalogue material for courses. Conceptualized by Pascale Hubert-Leibler, senior lecturer and director of the French Language Program, the French Resources Database contains links to websites, classroom activities, tests, quizzes, and answer keys. Instructors may search for material by course, skill...

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Released: December 2003
Archived, no longer available.
Cultura
Cultura Partner: Jim Crapotta- Barnard College
The implementation of the Cultura project between Barnard College and Universidad de Leon in Spain is the first custom-designed web-based environment that contains all of the tools for the Cultura methodology, that were originally developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Foreign language students use a combination of online...

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Access: Open to all
Released: October 2003

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Chinese Language Training Environment
Chinese Language Training Environment Partner: C. P. Sobelman- Arts and Sciences
This training environment will offer students in the courses "Intermediate Chinese" and "Readings in Modern Chinese" continued exposure to materials outside of the classroom. With a strong emphasis on relevance to in-class work, materials online will include Chinese texts with hyper-linked glossaries and audio recordings, multiple choice and matching exercises,...

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Access: Open to all
Released: September 2002

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Cinema e Commedia
Cinema e Commedia Partner: Daniela Noe- Arts and Sciences
Film is an important window into Italian culture. Cinema e Comedia features segments from six classic films, which students analyze with the help of contextual annotations and exercises. See also the Kaleidescope project, a follow up to this one....

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Released: May 2002
Archived, no longer available.