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A Mandarin e-Learning System Based on Web 2.0 and Speech Communication

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4 Author(s)
Yue Ming ; Inst. of Inf. Sci., Beijing JiaoTong Univ., Beijing ; Zhenjiang Miao ; Xianqing Ji ; Rui Ren

Since 2005, the term Web 2.0 has gradually become a hot topic on the Internet. Users' participation is the core of Web 2.0. Open, shared, communication and growing-up together, as its primary characteristics, has been an inspiration to everyone. Contemporarily, the enthusiasm for Mandarin learning has been warming up for a long time. Aiming at continuously developing language, modern factors should constantly merge into the indigenous language. The fact means that it is considerably insufficient to only rely on webmasters or web coders to refreshing the learning materials. Web 2.0 can compensate for this pressing problem perfectly. All of learners, viewers, professors, who log in our website, without any restrictions on time and places, can express their perspective about how to advance Mandarin learning freely on the web pages. We justifiably believe Mandarin learning by integrating Web 2.0 and real-time pronunciation evaluation can become more and more effective and abstractive.

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Advanced Language Processing and Web Information Technology, 2008. ALPIT '08. International Conference on

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23-25 July 2008