ILEDI Launches an Education Donation Campaign for English Educational Organizations around the World
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA--(Business Wire / Korea Newswire) November 22, 2016 -- ILEDI (International Language Education Development Institute) announced that it has started an education donation campaign for English educational organizations around the world.
The campaign is to spread its native English video search service “Captionlook” which is an innovative English learning platform that can effectively substitute lessons with native English speakers.
Captionlook has been developed with the support of Korean Government and is now available in 8 languages in over 190 countries worldwide through Amazon Web Service.
Especially, it provides video search service that finds the scene you are looking for. This service has been registered as a patent in the world's leading five countries, including the United States and China.
As the technology helps users search out video scenes which subtitles contain the words or phrases that they want to find, non-English speakers can check and learn accurate English collocations, sentence structures, pronunciation, and intonations on their own through video search service without the help of native speakers.
This process has almost the same effect as looking and directly meeting native English speaker to hear the actual wording they use.
In addition, Captionlook comes with more than 2,000 English captioned videos such as US local TV programs, world news, movies, storybooks as well as English training features for listening, speaking, writing and so on.
Captionlook that won a prize from Global Software Contest has been recognized for the excellence of the technology by various countries such as Bahrain, Brazil through international exhibitions.
Meanwhile, it will be used as educational materials by the formal educational institutions in Korea.
The education donation campaign has been conducted for public interest of English language institutes in non-English speaking countries to teach their students English more effectively.
Therefore, all of the English educational organizations in web service-enabled regions can apply for the campaign.
For the donation, ILEDI will issue one-year free licenses for English teachers to teach their students English with Captionlook.
More information about the donation can be found at www.captionlook.com
Captionlook is available for free for students and the general public without registration. But it includes Google video ads.
You can also down load Apps for mobile devices:
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