Archives for December 2012

Thursday, December 13, noon–1:20p in  St. John 11 On the Adaptability and Selectivity of the Speech Processing System Dr. Annie Tremblay Segmenting speech into words is an essential component of language processing, easily taken for granted by native listeners but strikingly difficult for “late” second/foreign language learners. This may be so even after developing a…

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A photo exhibition chronicling the brief yet intense bloom of the White Rose nonviolent resistance movement  against the Nazi regime is currently on tour across the United States, and it’s coming to the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa! The White Rose exhibit will be open to the public and on view from Monday, January 7…

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“To meet the rapidly evolving expectations of the Web 2.0 generation, educational resources need to be multimedia, mobile, searchable online, and free.” An interview with Stephen Tschudi and Deborah Masterson of the National Foreign Language Resource Center (among others) on the use of YouTube in language teaching and the NFLRC YouTube channel appears in the November 2012…

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