An intuitive interface teachers love to use
A language lab solution that just works
Turn any classroom into a full featured lab
The core elements of a traditional lab paired with a modern teacher-friendly interface.
Robust and flexible, connect students in many ways with just a few clicks.
A voice connection causes sound to flow from one person to another (in the direction of the arrow), and can be created simply by dragging a line.
Choose exactly which students to pair together, or put them in automatically-randomized groups of any size.
Teachers can monitor and speak privately either to individual students to correct them on drills, or with groups of students to facilitate their conversations.
Choose exactly which students to pair together, or put them in automatically-randomized groups of any size. By combining multiple connections between multiple students, any speaking activity is possible.
By recording in discrete segments and automatically recognizing unnecessary silence, the DiLL student player provides precise control over audio lessons.
Students can replay and re-record their responses to audio stimuli until they're satisfied with the result. And by slowing down lesson audio without changing the pitch, students can more easily tackle rapid-fire native speech.
DiLL uses modern audio codecs for high-fidelity, distortion-free voice conferencing. Paired with one of our recommend headsets and student recordings sound crystal clear.
Three-way conversation (class of 22 students):
Teacher-led question & response (class of 34 students):
DiLL saves student recordings automatically to a private website, where they are organized by the student's name and the teacher's lesson — so users never have to worry about saving files and emailing them to each other.
Teachers can access student work by logging into their private, school-only DiLL website from any web browser, either at school or remotely from home.
Pair students selectively or randomly in group sizes of your choosing.
Broadcast a student (or a pair/group) to the entire class.
Allow students to pair / group themselves in conversation.
Secretly listen-in on students and provide feedback in real-time.
Temporarily interrupt the class to make an announcement.
Monitor, control, and lock student screens to DiLL-only or nothing at all.
Listen and make recordings in response to an audio file.
Make recordings in response to videos and multimedia.
Conduct a speaking or listening exam with the whole class simultaneously.
Send out websites to individual student screens or the entire class.
Assign students work to complete outside of class.
Review student work online, from anywhere.