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A Review of MacZi: Computer Assisted Language Learning for Modern Standard Chinese
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Babel: Australia Volume 31, Number 1,

Abstract

Surveys earlier examples of course-based software and compares them with MacZi-known as Chinese Character Tutor in the Intel format, a program designed and produced at the University of New South Wales, Australia to teach students a basic vocabulary. Also reviews a student evaluation of the software's effectiveness and discusses how the program should be used. (14 references) (Author/CK)

Citation

Lee, P. (1996). A Review of MacZi: Computer Assisted Language Learning for Modern Standard Chinese. Babel: Australia, 31(1), 18-25. Retrieved October 1, 2022 from .

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