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Chinese@OU Mobile New Release

Paul Hogan, Tuesday 12 Jun 2018

Mobile Applications Developer Paul Hogan in KMI has updated Chinese@OU, a mobile application to accompany The Open University course: L197: Beginners’ Chinese, with the next block of 5 lessons.  The app now includes a total of 11 out of 36 planned lessons. 

The application is being developed in collaboration with Dr Qian Kan at The School of Languages and Applied Linguistics to provide both Open University students and any beginner learners of Chinese up to GCSE level with a feature rich learning experience. 

The application is available on Android and iOS and incorporates activities to cover writing, reading, listening, character reordering, character identification and word search puzzles.

 

 

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