Audio for the following courses is available online for enrolled UF language students. In most cases, a password is needed. To obtain a password,
- ask your instructor,
- ask at the Language Learning Center desk (1317 Turlington),
- or call the Language Learning Center, 392-2112, during our open hours.
Click on the link for your textbook and be prepared to enter the user ID and password for your course. The quickest way to report a problem is to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These files are intended only for U.F. students registered in these classes who have purchased the textbook and whatever workbooks, lab manuals, and so on are required. The companies reserve their rights. Students should not attempt to copy the audio.
Because this virtual lab is subject to occasional outages, and not all UF students have the same computers, some features may not work for you. Problems could involve the website programming, the audio server, or your own computer. Remember:
- start work well ahead of the due date!
- report any problems to the lab or to your teacher! --please tell us when the problem occurred and also which item (book, chapter) failed. --call 392-2112 during weekdays, or email email@example.com
- OR come to the Language Learning Center in 1317 Turlington during our open hours. We have good headsets and software that will allow you to record your voice as well as do the exercises.
The quickest way to report a failure is to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. When preparing to listen to your lab exercises, check the audio on your computer. There should be a tiny yellow loudspeaker on the menu bar, usually running along the bottom of the Windows screen. Click on it to be sure it has not been set at "mute" and the volume is comfortable.