Students use video conferencing to enhance foreign-language lessons

08/2/2013 | TMCNet.com

Foreign-language students of all ages are using video-conferencing services, such as Skype, to take courses and practice their language skills with native speakers. Language-learning social network italki allows individuals to connect with native speakers in learning exchanges. Such programs offer cost-effective ways for students to bolster their skills when they cannot afford to study abroad.

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