While some schools have reopened and others struggle with the debate whether to open for in-person learning during the COVID pandemic, there’s one educational segment that’s been doing just fine during the COVID pandemic.Getting the most from online language learning
Forced to hunker down by the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people have been driven online to work, shop, for entertainment and to learn.The future of language learning: Online language classes
The number of people looking to learn a language online has grown considerably in the last five years and is expected to continue to grow over the next decade. In fact, according to a report from Meticulous Research, the global online language learning market is projected to grow by 13.1% by 2025.What's the best way to learn a language online?
Thinking of learning a foreign language for career advancement, relocation, self-improvement or just for fun, but can’t quite seem to get started?Online language learning: A great option in these times
As with many parts of the world, COVID-19 is having a profound effect on Canadian life; borders have been closed to non-citizens and non-permanent residents, offices and stores have been shut and schools closed.Language Translation Apps: No Replacement for Learning
There’s no doubt that foreign language translation apps are growing in popularity. In fact, some people believe they will replace formal language learning.Learning a Language in the 21st Century
Technology has greatly affected the way we operate in the world. It has given rise to a global economy, brought cultures together, and made the world move in a completely different fashion.