I'm Aaron! I spent 6 years learning Spanish in school, and graduated barely able to speak at all. That was before I learned HOW to learn languages. Now I speak English, Spanish, French, Esperanto, some Thai, and I'm actively learning Greek. Stick around and we'll discuss what you should be doing to finally learn that language that's been on your mind. A new language will enhance your life!
ORCIT materials are intended to introduce and allow for basic practice in interpreting skills and techniques. Use the icon below to go straight to the training materials, or click on the menus to the right to find out more about the project.
These are the most widely used online corpora, and they are used for many different purposes by teachers and researchers at universities throughout the world. In addition, the corpus data (e.g. full-text, word frequency) has been used by a wide range of companies in many different fields, especially technology and language learning.
This is a guidebook where we discuss art and music in the context of popular culture, so chances are you will see relationships between art and music and what you are learning and the way you live, to connect them to your own experience.
This podcast is designed to give you an insight into the University of Oxford's digital - visual - cultural series of events. The series is interested in exploring the impact of digital visualising technologies on contemporary life and hope to give you a taste of why you should be too! Bite-sized episodes will introduce you to a range of themes and discussions, as well as multiple voices from academia and industry.
Lecture series looking at key concepts in studying Literature; including lectures on the concept of unreliable narrators to theory of comparative literature. This series was filmed in the English Faculty in Trinity Term 2012