Electronic Resources for the Study of Latin
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LatinDrill©

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Cultural Materials

Latin Chatroom

LatinDrill©, a Java-scripted program, will help you practice the forms and meanings of Latin vocabulary found in Moreland and Fleischer's text. Each of you will receive a username and password at the beginning of the semester. Once you've logged on, select "paradigms" or "vocabulary." For each, you will need to "load" a specific chapter and select "practice" or "scored practice"; "vocabulary" also gives you the option of Latin-->English or English-->Latin. You will need to login to LatinDrill© weekly, practice your paradigms and vocabulary, and then do a "scored practice" for each. Note: the scoring is to indicate to you and to me how well you are mastering the forms and meaning of Latin words, and will help prepare you for in-class quizzes and exams.
Logon to LatinDrill© as user
  • Skidmore users:

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    Appia (Kat Burns) Julia (Stacy Meisinger)
    Gaius (Justin Cranshaw) Livia (Gillian Roberts)
    Gnaeus (Jacob Fisher) Titus (Joseph Ruiz)
    Publia (Joann Harnden) Manius (Jerry Simatos)
    Decimus (Bob Horsman) Publius (Justin Stecz)
    Lucius (Robert Kurtz) Sextia (Ava Tanny)

    Guests:
     
    Spurius (password: fides) Vibia (password: pietas)

Logon to LatinDrill© as instructor
  • Only for authorized administrators
LatinDrill©, copyright 1999, M. Arnush
Programmers: Christopher Jones (1997), Angela Graveline (1999)
Supported by VRoma, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and Skidmore College

 
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