interactive language

interactive language

[¦in·tə¦rak·tiv ′laŋ·gwij]
(computer science)
A programming language designed to operate in an environment in which the user and computer communicate as transactions are being processed.
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Supply of two digital language laboratories for modern and interactive language learning in the design for 16 + 1, 24 + 1 participants (PC pupils & teacher) for school buildings Senovn nm.
Software and Network Solutions, has announced the introduction of a new Pronunciation Activity Tool integrated into SANSSpace[TM], the company's web-based interactive language learning platform.
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Eton Institute will also introduce its latest Interactive Language Programs, which include an innovative learning pathway designed to optimize attendance, engagement and skill retention, with post-course online learning alerts.
Interactive Language and Cultural Awareness Sampler linked to Key Word Thesaurus entries.
Different equipment of different appliance manufacturers has no common interactive language.
By providing the learner an opportunity to learn at his own convenience and in his own environment, it affords the remote learner a wholesome and interactive language learning experience.
uk social networking site and Universed, the interactive language learning tool for Newcastle University, bgroup has a great deal to offer the marketplace in online innovation.
Morrison (2002) identifies accessibility--24-hour independent access to course information, renew-ability--updating course material, and adaptability--modifying Web-based activities to provide attention to students' special needs, as some of the multiple advantages to designing online interactive language learning activities.
It includes five modules that can be used independently or merged in any combination: Compadre Interact, a bidirectional speech-to-speech interactive language solution; Compadre Interpreter, a PDA translator with speaker-independent speech recognition, multiple voice synthesis options, and a dictionary with more than 40,000 entries; Compadre Document, a text-to-text solution for translations of Microsoft Office files; Compadre Camera, which translates text in scanned images in more than 200 languages; and Compadre Composer, which allows users to enter new terms and phrases to their translation database.
Direct language instruction and interactive language instruction with language delayed preschool children: A comparison study.
Advances in interactive language technologies will eventually revolutionize learning and training.

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