Friday, May 25, 2007

New Bolchazy-Carducci eLearning site!

Salvete, Omnes!

Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers officially announces the launch of its new site dedicated to digital didactics (that's eLearning to those of you scoring at home), eLatin eGreek eLearn. Pitched to both students and teachers of Latin, ancient Greek, and Classical literature, this site encourages dialogue on how technology works (or occasionally fails) in the Classics classroom. You can also start your own discussions and comment on others. Plus, navigate to links you can use to help you teach and learn ancient languages, and spend a few minutes watching videos of class projects, animations, and virtual worlds all revolving around ancient Greece and Rome.

Since the site went live earlier in May, we have had nearly 4,000 hits and can boast over 50 "official" members in the eClassics network including the Rogue Classicist himself, David Meadows, and Wheelock maven, Rick LaFleur, plus teachers and students from Australia, Norway, Greece, Italy, Canada, and the US.

This is your invitation to join eClassics, Bolchazy-Carducci's portal to eLearning. More wired than a Roman Internet café!

Vale,

Andrew