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Myngle in Keynote speech on e-learning 2.0; Consumers lead the way

Saturday, February 6th, 2010

Hi all, This week, on February 2 & 3, the 11th national e-learning congress of The Netherlands was held in Philips High Tech Campus, Eindhoven. First keynote speaker was Vincent Everts. Vincent is one of the top 25 speakers in The Netherlands and an innovation guru,  trendwatcher, passionate speaker, consultant, debate leader and video blogger. A […]

Accenture Innovation Awards 2009

Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

Hello Mynglers, On Thursday the 5th of the November, Myngle took part in the Accenture Innovation Seminar, where the most innovative leaders from the Media, Communications and High Tech industry active in the Netherlands, were recognized and awarded! As Myngle was last year’s winner of the main Innovation Award 2008, it was great to be […]

Virtual Round Table Conference – Language Learning with Technology

Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

Dear Mynglers, I would like to invite you all to participate to the Virtual Round Table conference. It is a 2-day live online conference which takes place on 12-13 November (Thu/Fri) 2009. It is all about “language learning with technology” and it is a completely green conference since no-one has to travel to attend. To […]

European Day of Languages Conference

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

Last Friday Myngle took part in the European Day of Languages Conference in Brussels! The European Day of Languages was declared by the Council of Europe in 2001 to celebrate linguistic and cultural diversity. We were very excited to be invited to the heart of Europe for the conference. We were among the company of […]

Online learning works!

Monday, July 13th, 2009

Online learning, e-learning, distant learning -  no matter what’s the name, it is here to stay. Internet has influenced every aspect of our lives and activities and more people discover every day the strengths and usefulness of online learning. However there is still skepticism and reluctance to fully accept online learning as a valid teaching […]