Stanford University, Language Center, Records, 2018
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- Stanford University. Language Center
- Hebrew@Stanford multimedia website files.
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- Stanford University, Language Center, Records (SC1410). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
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- Transfer, 2018.
- The goal of the Hebrew@Stanford multimedia pages is to share with the community of instructors and students of Hebrew the material which we developed at Stanford as well as to host content developed by other partners. These pages were designed not as an online course but as tools to enrich and support other courses and programs. With the rapid development of online Course Management Tools and with the growing number of people who are searching for Hebrew material on the web we recognized a void in free and open to the public Hebrew language learning material. Our pages were deigned to enable instructors to easily incorporate the material into their online courses and to provide learners with tools for expanding their exposure to the Hebrew language and culture beyond the classroom. Excerpted from http://web.stanford.edu/group/hebrew/mmedia/about.html
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