Language Lab

The Language Lab's primary responsibility consists of providing an environment for students to fulfill the lab requirement for their English as a Second Language, French, Italian, Latin, and Spanish credit classes. It is also open for optional use by other foreign language classes. Furthermore, it delivers supplemental and remedial instruction.

The Language Lab represents a focal point—via its combined staff—to all students, the campus, and the community for many other issues and questions relating to foreign languages.

Fall/Spring: open
Summer: closed

 

Contact Information

Rocio Willard
Building C, Room 11
805-922-6966 ext 3700
rocio.willard@hancockcollege.edu

 

Language Links

ASL ESL Links French       Links Italian Links Spanish Links                        

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Lifeprint.com

DeafMD.org

aslpro.com

Deafpah Blogspot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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English Club

ESL Partyland

English-Zone

ESL Café

Idiom Connection

Thesaurus.com
Word

Reference.com

Crossroads Café (Videos)

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Student Survey

Prego!

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Student Survey

¿Qué tal?

StudySpanish.com

Notes in Spanish

Wiki Books Spanish

Real Academia Española

DonQuijote.org

Medical Spanish

Typeit.org

Refranes

Business Spanish

ElCastellano.org

Accents

 

 

 

Student Survey

 

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