I liked the author/designer's concept of incorporating visuals of real people, written and spoken target language, and student interactivity with the material to reinforce and expand a students'knowledge of the various topics presented in the modules.
When I examined this site on October 18, 2004, some of the links did not work. I did notice that the site was copyrighted 1997 and I do not know when it was last updated. If the site is updated, the combination of visual images, audio, and student interactivity with the material should appeal to learners of various learning styles. I think that once students have been through one of the modules in a computer lab or the like with their instructor or teacher, they will have a better understanding on how the modules work and they could complete them individually. Because of the variety of technology incorporated, users should access the site with a broadband connection.