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IALLT Journal of Language Learning Technologies
The widespread availability of simplified technology and the increasing technical expertise of the average lab user confront directors of Language Learning Centers (LLC) with the question of the legitiMacy of the existence of their centers. This case study of the LLC at Allegheny College, a liberal arts institution for 2,100 students, demonstrates the crucial function of the LLC in the midst of technological development. Allegheny's explicit mission of educating well-rounded students who candoi:10.17161/iallt.v38i1.8586 fatcat:37issepdarepplapa7fve3enye