French Faculty Projects
Lloyd-Jones (French, Trinity C.)
He worked with ERRATA on translation exercises.
The Painter and French Fiction
|Mary Louise Ennis (French, Wesleyan U.)
Fairy Tales: Of Pixies, Parodies, and Politics": The use of computer-based
communication through e-mail and online discussion boards, Internet Treasure
Hunt, and students' websites to produce "net gains" that reach beyond classroom
time and space.
and French Fiction is similar to the project developed for the course
on fairy tales, but it was offered in French and with online PowerPoint
presentations developed with student input.
Computerized dictations for French in Action
|MaryLouise Ennis and Catherine Ostrow (French, Wesleyan U.)
They are using ERRATA to create computerized dictations to accompany
the textbook French in Action.
Digital video segments for a French course on film
|Sonia Lee (French, Trinity C.)
She is creating a collection of images and digitized video clips, annotated
in French and English, to help the students in her film courses better
understand and discuss the technical aspects of the visual art of film.
Pilot Project to Digitize Audio
|Catherine Ostrow (French, Wesleyan U.)
She is participating in the audio digitizing pilot project at Wesleyan.
She will participate in the digitization of the materials for her French
106 course. The CTW Mellon Project, along with Information
Technology Services is developing procedures for the delivery of digitized
audio in preparation for Wesleyan's move to digital audio (funded in part
by a Keck grant) beginning in summer 1998.
Website for a course on spoken French
Weaver (French, Trinity C.)
She is writing a vocabulary manual which covers topics in the French
daily press and delivering this manual over the World Wide Web.
Continuation of a web site designed for a spoken French course.
Françoise Weaver will improve her current web
site by making some technical improvements (i.e.: better organizing
of the information on the pages, facilitating navigation through pages),
adding more content to current chapters and add new ones. She also plans
on increasing the multimedia aspect of the website by using more audio. A report of the project is available.
Faculty Projects by Language