List of language self-study programs
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Self-study programs allow learning without having a teacher present, and the courses can supplement or replace classroom instruction. Universities use self-study programs for less-commonly taught languages, where having professors is not feasible. Self-study programs are available on paper, audio files, video files, computers, or any combination. This list is limited to programs which teach four or more languages. There are many others which teach one language.
This list shows the number of languages taught by each program, the name of the program, and the number of different languages used for instruction. Multiple languages of instruction may be available for some but not all courses. For example Reise Know-How uses 6 languages to teach German, but only German to teach the other languages. On the other hand Eurotalk, Pronunciator.com and Book2.de use all languages to teach all the other languages.
- "Studying a Language on Your Own". University of Florida. Retrieved 13 Sep 2013.
- "Self-Study: Tell Me More". University of Groningen. Retrieved 13 Sep 2013.
- "The Self-Study Centers at the TUM". Technical University of Munich. Retrieved 13 Sep 2013.
- "Self-Directed Language Acquisition Program". University of Richmond. Retrieved 13 Sep 2013.
- "Directed Independents endent Language Study". University of Denver. Retrieved 13 Sep 2013.
- "Self-study ideas for students learning German for the first time". University of Michigan. Retrieved 13 Sep 2013.