Continuing Language Learning Through Course Building

By Ben Simmons | May 6, 2014
German Language Courses

Whether you want to speak to a long lost German relative, or finally be able to pronounce the names of your favorite German soccer stars (including but not limited to Bayern München), the inspiration for learning a new language is always worthwhile.... read more

The Journey to Becoming Multilingual: Why Stop at Learning Just One World Language?

By Zeke Caceres | May 1, 2014
The Journey to Becoming Bilingual

Having grown up in a strictly Spanish-speaking household, learned French in high school and now Arabic in college, I believe I have come to know a thing or two about the challenges and benefits to learning multiple languages. The advantage of studying... read more

Coding v. Foreign Languages: Do We Really Have to Choose?

By Erin McCormick | April 29, 2014
Coding v. Foreign Languages: Do We Really Have to Choose?

The Coding v. Foreign Language Debate Earlier this year, a surprising debate ignited among educators and techies on the relative merits of studying a world language versus learning to code. This debate went mainstream when Kentucky became the... read more