Digital language laboratories are much more than a tool for training and listening discursive language, they are places to study and experiment with real samples of languages, learn languages and exercise in their use. So they are configured using multimedia technology, communications and flexible and open organizational models with any necessary tool to process philological materials.
All this and much more is what you get with language laboratories, a complete tool to put in the service of teachers and students the latest technology for teaching.
Ana Fernández-Pampillón Cesteros. Associate Dean of Technologies Applied to Philology (2007-2014), Faculty of Philology, UCM.