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Language Labs

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by Listo83, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. Listo83

    Listo83 New commenter

    We are currently considering upgrading our Language Lab. We currently have a Sanako lab, but we would like to consider some of their competitors too. Any advice / suggestions of who to look at would be most welcome.
  2. Take a a look at this document, which I produced for CILT with the help of three colleagues:
    Davies G., Bangs P., Frisby R. & Walton E. (2005 - regularly updated) Setting up effective digital language laboratories and multimedia ICT suites for Modern Foreign Languages, London: CILT.
    Available online at:
    Graham Davies
  3. Listo83

    Listo83 New commenter

    Most helpful. Many thanks.
  4. Listo83

    Listo83 New commenter

    Do you have examples of this system being compatible with RM Connect 3 and 4? And with Windows XP / Windows 7?

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