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Hi Community,

at University I am working on a term paper about Language Learning Systems. (Basically platforms like Rosetta Stone, Babbel etc.)
My Focus is to evaluate criteria for the perfect platform/system and how integration into the educational system should be handled. I would be happy to get some opinions and preferences from you! :) Here is the link to my Survey, it will take you round about 5 minutes.

https://www.umfrageonline.com/s/895730d

Thank you very much in advance!
M4tze

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Hi M4tze, interesting survey. I hope my response helps. I'd be interested in learning more about your results when everything is said and done!

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Hi, I took your survey and hope my answers are helpful in some way or another :) Like the above poster, I always like to see the results of surveys, so please pop back to this thread and share them when you have collated all of the data. Good luck!

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Just filled the survey, good luck with your exam.

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Hi,

good to hear you like the topic! Every response is helpful ;)
The outcome will be a set of criteria and a first concept on how educational institutions should handle 'LLS' and what benefits they could produce. I am looking forward to share some details of the finalised paper.

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