Statistical Research on Language Apps

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Language Apps
Year
Report
Written Proficiency
Oral Proficiency
Motivation
1
2019
Report
TESTED
TESTED
2
2018
Report
TESTED
TESTED
3
2017
Report
 
TESTED
 
4
2016
Report
TESTED
   
5
2016
Report
TESTED
TESTED
6
LA*
2015
Report
TESTED
   
7
2012
Report
TESTED
8
2009
Report
TESTED **
TESTED
9
2009
Report
   
TESTED
10
Rosetta Stone
Auralog Tell Me More
Berlitz
2009
Report
   
TESTED
* The name of the language app (LA) is not revealed because the report was not officially made public.
** Self-reported study time.

Research Studies

1. "The 2019 Rosetta Stone Efficacy Study”, 2019.
R.Vesselinov, J. Grego, S. Sacco, M. Tasseva-Kurktchieva. Report.

2. "italki Efficacy Study”, 2018.
R.Vesselinov and J. Grego. Report, or italki site

3. "Hello English Efficacy Study”, 2017.
R.Vesselinov and J. Grego. Report, or CSF site

4. "The Babbel Efficacy Study”, 2016.
R.Vesselinov and J. Grego. Report, or Babbel site

5. "The busuu Efficacy Study”, 2016.
R.Vesselinov and J. Grego. Report, or Busuu site

6. "Efficacy of a New Language App”, 2015.
R.Vesselinov and J. Grego. Report.

7. “Duolingo Effectiveness Study”, 2012.
R.Vesselinov and J. Grego. Report or Duolingo Site

8. "Measuring the Effectiveness of Rosetta Stone", 2009.
R.Vesselinov. Report, or RS Site

9. "Measuring the Attitude and Motivation of Rosetta Stone Users", 2009.
R. Vesselinov, J. Grego, B. Habing, A. Lutz. Report

10. "Comparative Analysis of Motivation of Different Language Learning Software”, (Rosetta Stone, Auralog, Berlitz), 2009. R. Vesselinov, J. Grego, B. Habing, A. Lutz. Report