Carnegie Speech selects Califone headsets to deliver spoken language lessons

Califone International, Inc. announced today that Carnegie Speech will now provide Califone headsets to support its speech recognition software.
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Califone International, Inc. announced today that Carnegie Speech will now provide Califone headsets to support its speech recognition software. 

Califone headsets will be used to supplement training programs like NativeAccent®, which helps non-native speakers significantly improve spoken English skills in 10 or more hours of instruction.

Califone offers headsets designed for the rigors of educational use in a variety of academic settings, including online assessments (such as ELA within Common Core and foreign language Advance Placement Testing), literacy and language development activities. U.S. education customers will be offered the Califone Multimedia Stereo Headsets (3064) and Deluxe Multimedia Stereo Headsets (3066).

Headsets will also be used to support the Carnegie Speech Assessment®, a one-hour assessment of spoken English skills in pronunciation, word and sentence stress, fluency, and grammar.

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