• The main purpose of this series is to introduce faculty and graduate students in the College of Arts, Languages & Letters (CALL) to the principles of blended learning, and equip them with skills and tools for implementing blended learning approaches in their course curricula.


    BRIX features specific tools enabling online learning communities to co-construct word banks, communicate asynchronously via threaded discussions with voice recordings, and engage in multi-draft process writing with peer editing.


    Digital badges are small images that contain validated and sharable information about the learning event completed by the badge owner and the acquired skills or knowledge.

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    CLT Classroom, hosted by the Center for Language & Technology (CLT), is a learning management system (LMS) that is intended as an  incubator for innovative online and blended-learning courses in the College of Arts, Languages & Letters.



    The Demos & Discussion series, co-organized by the CLT, showcases exciting innovations in language teaching and research and provides a convenient professional development opportunity for CALL faculty and graduate students.


    The College of Arts, Languages & Letters (CALL) is committed to providing equal access to all students. Improving Web Accessibility is a short module designed by the Center for Language & Technology in collaboration with the UH Center on Disability Studies. The module is part of a more comprehensive plan to improve online accessibility in the College and has been designed to meet the particular needs of CALL faculty. The goal of the module is to provide an introduction to the most common issues in web accessibility and present practical tips to improve accessibility levels in online materials and instruction.


    The purpose of this site is to introduce the concept of Personal Learning Networks (PLN) and its key principles. The site is divided into several sections that are represented in the navigation menu:  What is a PLN, Tools to construct a PLN, Build your PLN, Making it Social, PLN Examples and Tool Browser.

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    The Language Audio repository provides access to UH users to a variety of language audio materials (instructor submitted).  A valid UH username and password required for access.  Note, copyright restricted audio materials are only accessible via the Moore Hall computer labs.

  • The Language Flagship Technology Innovation Center (Tech Center) is an initiative sponsored by the Defense Language and National Security Education Office (DLNSEO). The mission of the Tech Center is to enhance The Language Flagship experience through the effective use of technology.

  • Lumière (originally known as the Library of Foreign Language Film Clips) was created by the Berkeley Language Center in 2008, is a tagged, structured collection of clips from foreign language films.

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    The CLT is helping to get the word out about the many things that make our campus so remarkable! UH Mānoa’s broadcast manager, Tracy Orillo-Donovan, uses our audio recording studio and our professional staff to record weekly reports on behalf of the Office of the Chancellor. These public service announcements, called the Mānoa Minute, air on 7 radio stations throughout Hawai‘i, bringing interesting insights on what’s going on at UH to the general community.

  • The goal of the National Foreign Language Resource Center (NFLRC) is to expand the nation’s capacity to teach and learn foreign languages effectively through research and materials development projects.


    The Online Course Review System is a web-based platform designed and used by the CLT to assess the quality of hybrid and online courses in the College of Arts, Languages & Letters.


    The Online Learning Design Studio is a repository of materials and resources in three areas: Content Development, Interaction, and Technology. This repository has been created primarily for the faculty and graduate students from the College of Arts, Languages & Letters at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.

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    From 2005 to 2009, The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) OPI/ILR Workshops were held in the Center for Language & Technology then known as the Language Learning Center. Training was done for speakers of the following languages: Chinese (Mandarin), Korean, Tagalog, Ilokano, Cebuano, Thai, Lao, Khmer, Vietnamese, Kurdish-Sorani, Persian Farsi, Arabic, Samoan, Slovak, Marshallese.

  • The series emphasizes world language teaching and learning. Participants are expected to be familiar with the World-Readiness Standards for Learning Languages. Organized around the concept of interaction (learner-instructor, learner-learner, learner-content, and learner-community-of-practice interaction), the series helps participants develop skills in content development and technology.


    The Teaching Assistant Survival Society (TASS) meets once a month each semester, providing an informal forum where TAs can socialize and share ideas/resources on issues of importance to them.


    The Teacher Portfolio & Preparation Series (TiPPS) is designed to help future educators (specifically graduate students in language or literature departments at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa) prepare for the job market they will face upon graduation.

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    The Web Audio Utility (WAU) allows students to post voice recordings to online discussion forums.

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    The purpose of wiki tech talks is to provide a venue for graduate students and faculty in CALL to give a quick demonstration of an interesting language learning tool, website, or technology-based activity that they know or use for teaching.