ANVILL-LTI is a web-based application for language teachers, optimized for both desktop and mobile use (our open source media recorder/player is availble here). Creating and managing media-rich language lessons in ANVILL is simple and straightforward. Spoken language tasks can be integrated into any type of pre-, in-, or after class assignments. Posts can be public or private. A user's guide and screencasts are available to learn more about the software; ANVILL is free for use in not-for-profit educational institutions.
News and Updates
- "In video" tasks (quizzing, commenting, etc.) and course content authoring are now available thanks to H5P.org. Check out "interactive content" under the Create menu.
- There's now a "file manager" (go to your Dashboard and choose the tab). This lets you see and manage all the files you've created in ANVILL.
- Ideas for using ANVILL? This short article describes its use in a telecollaboration project between French and US students; this one from Faculty Focus looks at ways that audio reflections offer opportunities for deeper content learning.
- ANVILL-LTI is a web-based service of the Yamada Language Center at the University of Oregon —there's nothing to download.
- ANVILL-LTI is free to qualified language educators—those working in not-for-profit educational institutions around the world.
- Currently, all ANVILL-LTI course materials reside on servers at the University of Oregon. ANVILL users must abide by the university's policies on acceptable IT use.
- Please contact us with questions about ANVILL-LTI by email: ylchelp AT uoregon.edu