Language on Track, a new tool to help language learning – open to the public

By | August 1, 2014

Not sure if anyone has noticed, but I’ve stopped posting for quite some time, having been busy with work and just life in general. I tend to get focus most of my free time and effort on one or two things at a time, and that energy has been sucked up by other tasks lately.

But there was a story I had began telling on my blog sometime back that I felt compelled to continue, so I’m back (:

I’m referring to a website I had began designing earlier in the year, Language on Track, which was a new type of site designed to be a useful companion to anyone studying any foreign language.

I had a few people informally alpha test the site and had fixed a few things based on their feedback (thanks to all that participated especially to those who gave feedback!).

I think its about time to open up the site up to the public for a full public beta test. The site is free and all features I’ve designed are available to anyone who creates an account.

In future posts I’m planning on talking about the features of the site (such as the ability to set custom linguistic goals), but for now I’ll just give the link for anyone who is interested in checking it out.

There is an automated system for providing feedback, so once you create an account you can use that if you have any comments, bugs, or feature requests.

I hope some of you can find the tools available not the site can help your linguistic progress.

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