How many languages do you offer?
99, and counting. Notably, each of our courses has an average of 9,500 instructional phrases — far and away the largest in the world. Having this much didactic content enables Pronunciator to create seriously robust personalized courses.
Do you offer the ability to learn in languages other than English?
Yes. Pronunciator teaches 99 languages through any of 62 home languages. That’s 6,138 possible language combinations!
Can people subscribe to Pronunciator as individuals?
No. Pronunciator is a premium language-learning resource that is only available to organizations.
Can learners create a personalized language course to help in their job?
Yes. You can create a personalized course for any of 60 occupations.
Do you offer other options to learn beside personalized language courses?
Absolutely! Pronunciator offers pure self-directed learning in each language’s “Main Course”; gently-guided learning for casual learners in the “Postcards” courses; 650,000 hours of audio lessons (that’s 74 calendar years!); comprehensive citizenship preparation courses for Canada and the United States; tens of thousands of video phrases; city guides; over 6,000 downloadable PDF phrasebooks; interactive feature films; major label music with lyrics; and much (really much!) more.
Can my institution get a trial?
What type of user authentication do you support?
Pronunciator supports a wide variety of authentication methods, including library card pattern, EZProxy, WAM, email pattern, student ID, and more.
Does Pronunciator offer support direct to the end-user?
Yes, we provide 7 day/week email and phone support to staff and end-users alike.
What is pricing based on?
For libraries, population served; for schools, full-time student enrollment; for agencies and businesses, full-time employees.
Do you offer annual subscriptions? Multi-year discounted subscriptions?
Our default subscription is annual, all-access, but discounted multi-year subscriptions are also available.
Do you support consortia?
Yes, Pronunciator works with consortia in both the US and Canada. Existing relationships include: MHEC (Massachusetts Higher Education Consortium); CALIFA; Libraries Alberta; and states including Alabama, Louisiana, Idaho, Wyoming, South Dakota, and Maine.
I heard that Pronunciator costs significantly less than competing products. How is that so?
Pronunciator sees itself as an educational company rather than a marketing company. Founded by a language teacher/librarian, Pronunciator is equal parts public service and business.
How do I get a quote?
Is Pronunciator accessible?
Yes, Pronunciator supports accessibility levels A and AA. A VPAT is available on demand.
Can learners use Pronunciator in a mobile device?
Yes, simply launch the Pronunciator app from any mobile browser. It’s written in responsive, accessible HTML5.
How many institutions currently subscribe to Pronunciator?
Over 1,500, plus several state-wide (and one province-wide) implementations.
How long has Pronunciator been around?
We started development in 2010, and started serving institutions in 2012.
Where is Pronunciator based?
In a little corner of paradise (Jackson Hole, Wyoming).