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The University of Arizona Critical Languages Series Online (CLSONLINE) provides comprehensive multimedia learning materials for these courses: *Beginning Kazakh by Ablahat Ibrahim *Intermediate Kazakh, and Advanced Kazakh, by Akmaral Mukanova *Beginning Kurmanji Kurdish by Deniz Ekici *Beginning Turkish by Andras J. E. Bodrogligeti *Intermediate Turkish, and Advanced Turkish by Jessica Tiregol These materials, originally published on CD/DVD-ROM, were developed and peer-reviewed by experts in their respective languages. Each is designed to cover the material of a one year college course. CLSONLINE uses the Moodle learning management system and can be utilized by independent learners studying at home or as the primary text in a classroom environment. The materials for each course include: *Video dialogs and readings performed by native speakers *Thousands of on-demand native speaker audio recordings and translations *Extensive cultural and grammatical footnotes and lessons *Multiple choice, audio flashcards, listening dictation, fill-in-the-blank exercises *Searchable audio glossary *Downloadable MP3s for learning on-the-go Each course is $79.95 for a six month non-credit subscription. For more information, sample lessons, and reviews, see http://cls.arizona.edu Critical Languages Series Online and related materials were created in cooperation with the National Association of Self-Instructional Language Programs (NASILP), funded in part by the U.S. Dept. of Education, the National Security Education Program (NSEP) and the University of Arizona College of Humanities. Scott Brill Research Engineer, University of Arizona, Tucson Computer Aided Language Instruction Group/Critical Languages Program