University team develops tech tools for students learning English

07/19/2011 | T.H.E. Journal

A team of students at Carnegie Mellon University is developing technological tools to help high-school students in Uruguay improve their English-language skills. The university students are developing software programs that can be used by students who do not have Internet access as well as language-learning tools for Facebook and mobile phones.

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