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|Title:||The University of Calgary phonetic inventory: an instructional tool for students and teachers of phonetics|
|Authors:||Mills, Timothy Ian|
|Publisher:||University of Calgary|
|Citation:||Mills, T. I. (1998). The University of Calgary phonetic inventory: an instructional tool for students and teachers of phonetics. Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics, 20(Winter), 49-54.|
|Abstract:||This article is an overview of a multimedia phonetics program being developed at the University of Calgary under the supervision of Doctor Michael B. Dobrovolsky as an instructional supplement to introductory phonetics courses. The program's name is the University of Calgary Phonetic Inventory, or UCPI. UCPI is a program being developed under funding to Professor Dobrovolsky of the Linguistics department from LEE, the University of Calgary's Learning Enhancement Envelope program. As a tool to help develop the phonetic perception of budding linguists, UCPI will provide students with a large quantity of transcription practice through exposure to digitally recorded word lists in different languages. It will also include a series of tutorials to guide them systematically through the topics covered in an introductory phonetics course.|
|Appears in Collections:||Volume 20, Winter 1998|
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