Since 1999, Proyecto Ancla has been a technology-enhanced instructional project developed by the IU Department of Spanish and Portuguese. As a tool for foreign language instruction, its purpose is to enhance the content and evaluation aspects of language and culture courses. It does this through innovative uses of technology, customized for learners of Spanish. Proyecto Ancla serves an annual population of approximately 6,000 students enrolled in the first four semesters of Spanish.
Access to this project is restricted to IUB students enrolled in the beginner and intermediate-level courses (S100, S150, S105, S200, and S250).