About this book

¿Cómo suena? Fonética y fonología del español was created in 2021 by Alejandra Escudero, a Spanish lecturer at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Oneonta, with two independent study Spanish students, Nicole Barreca and Alyssa Carbone. Their work was supported by funding from the SUNY Oneonta Student Grant Program for Research and Creative Activities.

Future Spanish students will contribute additional chapters and materials to the book, which is used as an online companion text for the SUNY Oneonta course titled Spanish Phonetics and Phonology. All additions to this Open Educational Resource (OER) will be published at the online version of the book at https://spanishphoneticsandphonology.pressbooks.sunycreate.cloud/.

Using this book in your classroom

As an openly licensed text (CC-BY 4.0), ¿Cómo suena? Fonética y fonología del español is free to access, share, and even modify. We encourage instructors from other colleges to adopt or adapt the book for use in your own classrooms. Please let the lead author know where you are using the book by emailing alejandra.escudero@oneonta.edu.

Comments about or suggestions for the book are welcome to be sent to the author directly, or to the SUNY Oneonta OER Initiative at openaccess@oneonta.edu.

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¿Cómo suena? by Alejandra Escudero, Nicole Barreca, and Alyssa Carbone is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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