Listserv Instructions

To SUBSCRIBE:
  1. In your Email program on the TO: line, type the name of your listserv (assigned in class):
    LgTT5611_1A@elsie.cla.umn.edu
    LgTT5611_1B@elsie.cla.umn.edu
    LgTT5611_2A@elsie.cla.umn.edu
    LgTT5611_2B@elsie.cla.umn.edu
  2. In the SUBJECT: line, type "Subscribe"
  3. You don't need to type anything in the body of the message
  4. You should receive a confirmation message from the listserv if everything worked
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  1. In the TO: line, type the name of your listserv (see above)
  2. Type your message and send


You are welcome to visit for resources:

Language Center Multimedia Lab - Fol 148
Hours: 8:30am - 8:30pm (M-TH), 8:30am - 5:00pm (F), 9:00am-2:00pm (Sa)
Software list is searchable online
Language Center Video and Text Library - Fol 51
Hours: 8:00am - 9:00pm (M-TH), 8:00am - 5:30pm (F)
Book and Video titles are searchable online

Language Center Home Page

Links to many useful pages - including hundreds of language links, FL search engines, links on using the Internet for language teaching, etc. (go to Bookmarks)

Language Center Forum Series

Feel free to come to any of the Forums listed here!

Additional Resources for Topic Three:

  • Getting Acquainted with the Tools of the WWW
  • Claire's Links has LOTS of information/links for using the web to teach - aimed at ESL teachers, but lots of general good things as well: introductions to the web, website evaluation info, student project ideas, good links and articles about using the web for teaching, and more, more, more!
  • Internet in the One-Computer Classroom
  • WWW Activities that Work (and Why!)
  • Bibliography of Books for Teaching Languages Using the Internet
  • Targeting Pedagogy gives you some examples of how to match technology with the FL Standards
  • Evaluating web pages
  • Evaluating Web Lessons
  • Ideas for Using the Web for Language Teaching
  • Interactive Internet - Topic Four

    "CoolStuff" page from class.
    Links to the software we used in class

    Finding and Evaluating Software for Topic Five

    Marlene has been collecting places to find language learning software - listings, databases of info, publishers, freeware, demos and some reviews. You'll also find some catalogues for publishers in the "demos" folder on the machines in Fol 148.