We're quite busy right now with a Study Abroad & Carrer Development Office info session.
A rather busy and full afternoon working on conversation projects. 5 LRs and their students.
What Language Does Your State Speak?
Languages spoken in the US are a bit more diverse than you might think. http://www.slate.com/articles/arts/culturebox/2014/05/language_map_what_s_the_most_popular_language_in_your_state.html
Last month, I wrote about the fun and the pitfalls of viral maps, a feature that included 88 super-simple maps of my own creation. As a follow-up, I’m writing up short items on some of those maps, walking through how I created them and how they succumb (and hopefully overcome)...
If you want someone to chat with or perhaps play board games with all done in a foreign language, visit the Language Fellows in the FLRC!
Spring 2013 Language Fellow Schedule.
Trying to help all of the LRs navigate the ever changing and confusing facebook settings while simultaneously maintaining a private and personal persona.
Looking forward to seeing how our new and our retrofitted macs hold up this week and the first few weeks of the semester.
Our intensive week of language technology training for the LRs begins tomorrow!!!
It may be summer, but the FLRC is very busy with all the kids from the Middlebury program.
We're in the process of wrapping up our summer project. We have digitized almost 400 vhs tapes in our collection in almost 5 weeks. These tapes are movies/documentaries that are out of print and we couldn't find on DVD.
Next Tuesday 12/6 is the OLC (formerly IRC) where we show the conversation course projects. Join us if you can!!!