UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Our multimedia language lab contains digital resources for language students, including high-speed Internet connectivity available for student use, language-specific CD-ROM software for language practice, foreign language videos, language dictionaries, magazines, newspapers, and many other language resources. These resources will help boost your skill at both speaking and understanding another language.
The lab provides an excellent study envronment and is run by the Modern Languages Academic Department Associate as well as student workers who are skilled in one or more languages themselves. They are eager to assist students with the available lab resources.
Come practice your language skills with your peers in an informal setting. You do not have to be enrolled in a language class to participate - you just have to want to speak the language. For more information contact the Modern Language Department in 284 KFA or at 715-425-3121.
2020 Spring Semester
German Round Table - Mondays, 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. in 288 Kleinpell fine Arts
Japanese Round Table - Mondays, 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. in 282 Kleinpell fine Arts
Spanish Round Table - Wednesdays, 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. in 282 Kleinpell Fine Arts
Online learning of French, German, Italian, Latin and Spanish is possible for UWRF. Students who are currently enrolled as a full-time student at any UW System institution (other than UW-Stout), may be eligible for enrollment in an Independent Learning course without paying additional tuition in accordance with UW System Administrative Policy 805, section 6, A, A.15 on Multiple Campus Enrollments. Click here to learn more about UW tuition waivers.
While this page has been archived and is no longer updated, it is still a valuable resource for language learners.
Foreign Services Institute
Designed by professional linguists for the U.S. government, these free materials are of the highest quality, created with the aim of aiding users gain fluency. Lessons are organized around grammar and repetition, and in addition to more popular languages, the site offers resources for learning lesser-studied options like Romanian, Igbo, Serbo-Croatian, and many more.
This site features countless categories of so-called “mems,” user-generated mnemonic flash cards that rely on graphics, humor, and imagination to implant new vocabulary in your memory. The site hosts thousands of free courses in many languages; you can also upload your own mems for other users to view.
This is a free user-friendly site that teaches users languages through drills, requiring a mix of reading, writing, listening, and speaking. An "immersion" section allows you to read real-world articles while helping to translate them.
For students of Modern Language Teacher Education, the following sites contain information about testing requirements, procedures, and suggestions for preparation.
Language Lab Hours
(Fall & Spring Semesters)
Mon - Thurs 7:00 a.m.-2:55 p.m.
Friday 7:00 a.m.-1:55 p.m.
For summer and winter break hours, contact us at 715-425-3121 or email@example.com. Although the lab is open to all UWRF students, priority may be given to Modern Language Majors and Minors if the lab is full.