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China album : learn Mandarin
Bib ID 2583256
Format BookBook [text, computer program, volume, computer disc]
Edition Version 1.0 
Description Sydney, Aus. : Planet Learning, 1999 
©1999 
1 CD-ROM : sound, colour ; 12 cm + in container with booklet (14 pages) 
ISBN 0957760906
Technical Details

Suitable for Windows and Macintosh. 

Summary

An interactive multi-media CD-ROM with materials for learning the Chinese (Mandarin) language and culture.

"Designed for high school students and adult learners who are beginning the study of Chinese." -- p. 2.

Notes

"Initiated by the Curriculum Support Directorate of the New South Wales Department of Education and Training, Planet Learning, and The University of New South Wales." -- booklet

Developed to run on a typical school network of computers.

Digital content preserved

Subjects Mandarin dialects -- Study and teaching.  |  Chinese language -- Study and teaching -- English speakers.  |  Chinese language -- Study and teaching -- Australia.
Form/genre CD-ROMs.
Other authors/contributors University of New South Wales, designer  |  New South Wales. Curriculum Support Directorate, producer  |  Planet Learning, production company
Also Titled

Learn Mandarin.

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