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 MÃNGO and create a free account with either of these services.
An excellent presentation on language teaching methodologies with video examples created by Professors Blair Bateman and Baldomero Lago is now available at hlrc.byu.edu/methods.php.
he College of Humanities at BYU offers an undergraduate minor degree in Digital Humanities and Technology through the Office of Digital Humanities. Students who earn this minor degree possess skills with technological tools and understand how these tools are used in humanities research and beyond.
Due to security changes required by credit card companies, the HLR can longer be able to accept any form of credit card payment at the cash register. If you must use a credit card to pay for late fees or HLR purchases, follow the instructions below:
To make an online credit card payment for services including late fees, enter the appropriate information in the form below. When complete, click on the "proceed to payment" button. Please note that when you proceed to payment, you will be directed away from the HLR website so that you can securely submit your credit card information to our off-campus credit card processor, CASHNet.