Wordpress Themes

Archive for the 'Language Learning' Category

Myngle presenting in the Future of Education conference

Monday, July 4th, 2011

For the first time (looking for more to come), Myngle has presented in the Future of Education conference in Florence- Italy. The conference discussed a lot of Education related topics ( E-learning- Distance Education- Education and new technologies……). During the conference, there was great interest in E-learning and all the concepts, theories and all practices […]

New Blended Learning: a case for online blended

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

New Blended Learning: a case for online blended Breaking the compromise between individualization and convenience Brief Intro to Traditional learning: In the past, the most trusted way to learn was by going to a school, or have a teacher come to the location of the student. That is what we call the traditional learning. The […]

Myngle at the 4th Virtual Round Table Conference

Friday, March 25th, 2011

Dear Mynglers, I would like to invite you all to participate to the Virtual Round Table conference. It is a 3-day live online conference which takes place on 25-27 March (Fri/Sat/Sun) 2011. It is all about “language learning with technology” and it is a completely green conference since no-one has to travel to attend. Myngle […]

Languages don’t follow any laws

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010

Hello everyone! This time I would like to tell you about an interesting article that I read about universal language laws. As the article was in Dutch, I shall translate the main concepts in English: ” Learning a foreign language is a paradox experience. The phonemes and words are different, but at the same time […]

Google’s plan to overcome language barriers

Monday, February 8th, 2010

Hi everyone! Some big news for everyone struggling with language barriers: Google is developing a software for the first phone that will be able to translate foreign languages instantly combining in voice recognition and automatic translation. If they succeed, this could completely transform communication between different languages and also influence language learning. If you want […]

Myngle at the Virtual Round Table Conference 2009

Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

Hello Everyone, Yes, I know, I’m slow and this is old news already, however the reason I still want to share it is because one of the features of this conference was the recording of all the sessions, which can still be followed on the conference’s pages Day 1 and Day 2. There are some […]

The language e-learning industry – part 3: Language learning market (II)

Thursday, October 1st, 2009

Overview of the language e-learning industry: Language learning market size and players

The language e-learning industry – part 3: Language learning market (I)

Tuesday, September 29th, 2009

Language learning market

Living as an expat

Wednesday, August 5th, 2009

Hello Mynglers, Last week I asked your opinion on what language to learn next! Thank you for all your votes and comments! Reading Clara’s comment again about her expatriate experiences really got me thinking about my life as an expatriate -being a Greek living in the Netherlands. Learning a language for an expat is always […]

BabelWith.Me

Friday, July 17th, 2009

Greetings  Mynglers! This post is a bit of a change of pace for our blog. I want to talk about a very interesting tool I came across, while surfing. It’s called BabelWith.Me This is a new web-based free chat tool, that enables you to communicate with people using up to 45 languages! The fascinating thing […]