¡A su salud! (To Your Health!) is an exciting and groundbreaking intermediate level Spanish program for students and practicing health care professionals.
This unique e-learning course provides all the materials needed for creating and implementing a distance learning or classroom course.
¡A su salud! promotes Spanish competency in language as well as cultural awareness of the Latino immigrant community through the use of broadcast-quality dramatic video and numerous imaginative interactive exercises. The package also includes a textbook/workbook that contains grammatical explanations, more exercises, and information designed to help learners better communicate with their patients and clients.
¡A su salud! easily adapts to residential courses, distance learning, and classroom programs.
The program is scheduled for publication in August 2004. You can receive a free demonstration CD-ROM and get on the ¡A su salud! mailing list by sending an email message to Yale University Press.
¡A su salud! was developed by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in conjunction with WrayMedia. Development of the program was supported by grants from the Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education, U.S. Department of Education and Office of the Provost, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
More information about the program is available at UNC's ¡A su salud! Website.
Contact Information and Free Demonstration CD-ROM
To receive a free demonstration CD-ROM for Windows or an examination copy of the entire program, please send an email to Yale University Press. Be sure to include your school or institution's name and mailing address.
For general questions about the program, or to be put on a mailing list to receive information about the program, please contact the Marketing Department at Yale University Press.
¡A su salud!'s CD-Rom program is not compatible with Macintosh operating systems.
Schools teaching with ¡A su salud!
Arkansas State University
College of the Holy Cross
Durham Technical Community College
East Tennessee State University
Front Range Community College
Indiana State University
Kansas State University
Midwest Clinician's Network
Mount St. Mary's College
Omaha Urban Area Health Education Center
St. John Fisher College
Trinity Christian College
University of Alabama at Birmingham
University of Evansville
University of Houston Clear Lake
University of Kentucky
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
University of Pennsylvania Language Center
University of Tennessee at Knoxville
University of Texas at Austin
University of Virginia
Washington State University at Pullman and Spokane
Wayne State College
Yakima Valley Community College
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