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March 9, 2016

Register Now for the Next Elevate Certificate Course

Programs: Certificates

Registration is now open for the next online course in the Elevate Certificate program, Virtual Immersion (LGTC 5040).

This graduate course, which runs from April 2 to May 28, 2016, will teach participants how to organize, manage, and assess online and telecollaborative exchanges between language students. The course models innovative task design and provides opportunities for experiential learning by engaging participants in virtual telecollaborative tasks and discussions.

Course participants will:

  • Explore the socio-cultural and linguistic challenges and benefits of online instruction formats
  • Refine their understanding of student and teacher roles by examining technological and institutional constraints
  • Work in teams to evaluate and critique technology tools as well as design and implement technology-based tasks for a target student population of their choice

Dr. Carolin Fuchs, a telecollaboration expert and ESL professor at the City University of Hong Kong, will teach this course.

Class Enrollment and Tuition

Enrollment for this class is now open. Interested students may enroll until the first day of class on April 4, 2016 as long as seats are still available. The capacity for this class is 15 participants.

Tuition is $640, which is due at the time of registration. CU-Boulder linguistics and language graduate students may be eligible to receive a scholarship for the course.

For more information about the course, scholarship opportunities, and to request a registration form, please contact Edwige Simon at or 303-492-7225.

The Elevate Certificate Program

The Elevate Certificate—offered by CU-Boulder’s Anderson Language & Technology Center—is a 16-credit fully online graduate program dedicated to the theory and practice of technology integration in the language classroom. It is designed for language educators who wish to improve their technological, pedagogical and linguistic proficiency.

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