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BYU has licensed both the Mango and Pronunciator Language learning programs for campus. Anyone may use these lessons free of charge through the HBLL website. Click here: PRONUNCIATOR and MÁNGO and create a free account with either of these services.


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An excellent presentation on language teaching methodologies with video examples created by Professors Blair Bateman and Baldomero Lago is now available at

Listen to the Chaucer Studio Collection

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The Chaucer Studio Collection is now available for listening through our Online Audio tab above. Selections include not only the Canterbury Tales but many other examples of Middle English, Medieval German, songs, poetry and dialects.

About Us


The Humanities Learning Resources provides lab space and collections of audio, video, and software programs that support the College of Humanities curriculum. The collection contains both analog and digital media as well as a growing number of online materials. The facilities include computer stations with audio and video equipment, campus internet television and international satellite viewing, a recording studio and small group study and testing rooms. Media equipment such as laptops, tablets, LCD projectors, video cameras, tripods, VCRs, DVD/blu-ray players, etc., can be checked out by both faculty and students for academic purposes. It is open to both BYU and public use as governed by the HLR policies.

Contact Information

Phone: (801) 422-5424
FAX: (801) 422-0304
Address: 1141 JFSB, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602


Harold H. Hendricks
Office: 1163A JFSB
Phone: (801) 422-6448
FAX: (801) 422-0304

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