Auralog Tell Me More is a software tool used in some Virginia Tech classes to aid students in their foreign language studies.
During the 2008-2009 academic year, selected foreign language classes in the Foreign Languages and Literatures department and classes in the English Language Institute used Auralog's Tell Me More software. Classes in Arabic, Chinese, English-as-a-second-language, French, German, and Spanish used online Tell Me More software to supplement intermediate level language learning.
The software contains more than 2000 hours of study material focusing on use of language for real communication, through listening, speaking, reading, writing, grammar, and culture. It features speech recognition capabilities that compare a learner's speech to patterns set by native speakers.
Auralog is a worldwide company with its home office located in Paris, France. It was the first worldwide company to pioneer speech recognition technology in language learning software, and Auralog continues to provide personalized and interactive software for language teachers and learners. For more information, visit the Language Learning software - Auralog Web site.
Note: For information about accessing the Tell Me More software at Virginia Tech, contact your professor, or see Accessing and Installing Auralog Components.