Friday, November 30, 2007

TELL ME MORE® Replaces Rosetta Stone

Tell Me More Language Learning Software Logo
With Rosetta Stone's business decision to no longer allow public libraries to subscribe to their online products, the Jefferson County Library Cooperative has found another product for online language learning.

TELL ME MORE® Online is the name of the new product and we're thrilled about it. TELL ME MORE is also called Auralog.

Currently, TELL ME MORE offers German, American English, Dutch, Spanish, French, Italian, Spanish (Latin America).

Here are a few of the many features that TELL ME MORE Online has:

• Up to 2,000 lesson hours per language

• Up to 10,000 exercises

• Grammar explanations classified by level and category

• An audio-glossary including up to 10,000 words classified by level and category

• Advanced speech recognition technology that recognizes and analyzes pronunciation.

• Placement test to determine your language level

• Progress Test

• Language Achievement Test at the end of the language learning program to rank the patron in comparison to the major standardized tests on the market: Council of Europe, TOEIC, TOEFL…

Select TELL ME MORE from the library's databases. For your first visit, you must register (which is free if you have a Jefferson County library card).

Auralog/TELL ME MORE Online language program is only compatible with Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call the library at 226-3600.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

you have a nice site. thanks for sharing this resources. anyway, various kinds of ebooks are available here

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Ondrej from Good Books to Read said...

I wish I had so easily accessible course of Spanish, wanted to try it for several years now.