[Technology 1163] Language Dialer article
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O'Reilly Media just published an article I wrote about the Language Dialer - you can read it here:
I think SLA is a great context for user-generated networks. Students can provide content in their native languages for everyone
else. If enough people from a variety of backgrounds are involved, a whole host of languages and dialects can be stored for
language lab type exercises. That's what the LD is all about in a nutshell.
I'm in the NYC area looking for work in E-Learning and/or software development. If anyone has any suggestions for opportunities
in this field, please email me off list.
Thanks very much for your time.