As promised here is the getting started cheatsheet for Auralog in Office 2003 format (getting-started-with-auralog).
While I did make this cheatsheet an Office 2003 document, remember to open Office 2007 documents in Office 2003 download and install the compatibility patch from Microsoft.
Courtesy of The Alberta Library we now have access to the Auralog language training software. You can gain access to it through the database page on the NLLS website. The software works best with speakers and a microphone. Patrons can access the software from home or at the library using their library barcode and pin number
I believe the languages available for study are: English, German, French, Spanish and Dutch… There may be a couple others…
When you first login to Auralog from our website you are brought to another login page. Patrons will need to sign up for an account. Auralog uses this account to customize the learning experience and track a student’s progress through tests and exercises.
Once signed up and logged in the patron can run a test to see if the computer they are using meets the minimum requirements to run Auralog. There are a few ActiveX controls the software needs to install to run smoothly. If you plan to allow patrons access to the software from your public workstations I suggest you login to the program on each station and install those ActiveX controls. (The coftware will walk you through it). This will make the user experience that much smoother for your patrons.