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January 22, 2010

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paul.steels

Rachel

Your article is of great interest.

Following feedback from several friends who are language teachers my colleagues and I are currently developing a software program (called STORAL) that is specifically designed to help overcome not just the issues of recording/playback for Oral and listening examinations but also workflow aspects such as recording storage & transfer with Examination Boards.

It is in its early stages of development and we would really appreciate feedback from teachers about our ideas. If anyone would be willing to contribute thoughts and/or take part in pilot trials please contact us at info@storal.co.uk

Alice

Thank you Rachel, this is so useful. Personally I have the Olympus digital voice recorder DS-40 which is a bit more expensive but the sound is of very good quality!

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