For college students, both undergraduate and graduate, the opportunity to study in a foreign country is one of the most exciting experiences they can pursue. From Brazil to France to China, the options available when picking a..
A flipped classroom isn’t what happens after Professor Smith’s had it up to here with his Econ 101 students. Rather, it’s a new way of structuring class time and learning. In a flipped classroom, instructors assign material to..
Today, students and faculty on academic campuses are connecting with peers all over the globe. The world of academia is flat: from study abroad programs to partnering with sister campuses overseas, the boundaries between..
When we hear a great idea, we can’t help but share it. When we hear a great idea from one of our very own clients, we’re known to mount our virtual soapbox and spread the good word. Get ready for your closeup, Florida..
As everyone in the academic sector is well aware, it’s almost graduation season. Seniors are finishing their final projects and enjoying the campus cafeteria food for one last time. Sophomores are saying goodbye to their friends..
Today, 81 percent of students are using technology as their primary tool for studying. At first look, this is scary stuff for the average academic librarian. If students are turning away from books as a source of knowledge, it..
To know Mango is to love Mango, and those of you who know us well know that we never shy away from the spotlight. We love attention, and that’s because attention on us means a major boost in usage for your campus. College..
Language learning and the classroom are truly the perfect pair. They go together like peanut butter and jelly, macaroni and cheese, and Monday mornings and Silent Ball. It just makes sense. Young learners are the reigning champs..
Step onto any campus in North America, and you’ll find college students with a marked vigor for culture and language learning with a breadth of experience, diverse backgrounds, and a thirst to learn. So, where do these future..