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A rich and rigorous online program functions as a complete textbook to enhance face-to-face classes.
Wellesley-produced movies offer listening practice as well as inspiration for discussions and projects, and students receive immediate feedback from regular online grammar exercises.
Seok Bae Jang & Sun-Hee Lee
In this course, students use original online resources including video and audio recordings and dynamic practice materials.
Yoshimi Maeno & Eiko Torii
Students practice listening with original, culturally relevant videos filmed in Japan and then create their own videos based on that authentic content.
Students learn about documentary film through a collaborative process of recording, editing, and producing original films.
Students create interview-style "vlogs" that both support their learning and demonstrate their understanding of course materials.
Students trained with video editing software and completed a series of audio-visual assignments including academic video essays.
Students in this course made videos about artifacts from popular culture, using tools from religious studies to explore why the artifacts matter.
Students created blogs and video interviews outside of class. At the end of the semester, in-class filmed presentations encouraged rich and precise individual inquiry.