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Streaming Media

Instructors can now create video playlists for their courses that can be easily accessed while teaching or by students outside of class. Users will have to use their Trinity credentials to view these materials and copyright restrictions may apply; however, if you are thinking of using video extensively in your courses, this may be a good way to facilitate access.

URL: http://streaming.trincoll.edu

Instructions
To create your video playlist, use the form below to submit your entries

Foreign Language TV

broadcast

Many L2 students like to watch TV broadcasts from the country they are studying as a way to immerse themselves in the target culture while staying on top of world news. Often times this experience helps them understand biases in the way events are reported in their own country and what constitutes 'news' around the world.

Language materials

Trinity students taking language courses have access to various types of materials for language instruction. Many of these are available in the Media Library. Here is a list of the materials accompanying the language textbooks currently in use:

Language resources

Language faculty and students at Trinity College have at their disposal a vast array of technology resources that, if effectively integrated, can generate engaging learning experiences in the classroom or in an online environment. Through informal discussions and professional collaborations, the Blume Center will provide information about and facilitate access to these resources to the language faculty and the larger Trinity community. Broadly speaking, these resources can be organized into the following categories:

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