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|Title:||Language and Text-to-Speech technologies for highly accessible language & culture learning||Authors:||Gelan, Anouk||Issue Date:||2011||Abstract:||This contribution presents the results of the “Speech technology integrated learning modules for Intercultural Dialogue” project. The project objective was to increase the availability and quality of e-learning opportunities for less widely-used and less taught European languages using a user-friendly and highly accessible learning environment. The integration of new Text-to-Speech developments into web-based authoring software for tutorial CALL had a double goal: on the one hand increase the accessibility of e-learning packages, also for learners having difficulty reading (e.g. dyslexic learners) or preferring auditory learning; on the other hand exploiting some didactic possibilities of this technology.||Keywords:||CALL, Text-to-Speech, tutorial software, e-learning, languages||Document URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/1942/12991||Category:||O||Type:||Preprint|
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