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DESTINATION BOSTON: NEW HOME, NEW HOPE

A Language Laboratory-sponsored International Education Week 2015 Event!
- panel presentation highlighting the range and sources of local support services for area refugees and immigrants

DATE:  Thursday, November 19, 2015
TIME:  4:30PM - 6PM
VENUE:  Devlin Hall, Room 010

Panelists include:

  • Kundar Alemin, Sudanese refugee, BC High Facilities
  • Joan Engler, A.R.R.U.P.E* volunteer, St. Ignatius Church
  • Brian Maher, Vice President for Operations, BC High & A.R.R.U.P.E* volunteer, St. Ignatius Church
  • Marjean Perhot, Director, Refugee and Immigration Services, Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Boston

A.R.R.U.P.E* = Assisting Refugee Resettlement Using Parish Energies

For more information:
Contact Cynthia Bravo, Language Lab Director - cynthia.bravo@bc.edu

 

Yabla: Online Language Immersion


Learning through authentic media:
  • Television
  • Music videos
  • Drama
  • Interviews
  • Travel
  • Yabla exclusive shoots
Yabla media player features:
  • Slow Play
  • Integrated Dictionaries
  • Listening Game
  • Dual Language Subtitles
  • And more…
Languages offered:
Access BC’s Subscription to all 6 of these Yabla sites at any Language Lab computer workstation.

ASK A LAB ASSISTANT TO LOG YOU IN TODAY!

 

 

 

SCOLA Spotlights

Boston College & SCOLA

 

BeCome GLOBALLY PROFICIENT!


Boston College & SCOLA Web Services

World news, cultural programming, language practice: access to 160 countries & 200 languages via SCOLA Web Services.

  • World TV Online: 24/7 international broadcast programs on 8 channels, spanning European, Spanish & Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese, Asian, African, Middle East, Southeast Asia-Far East, and Eurasian countries/languages
  • International Radio in 29 languages
  • On The Street Videos: over 7,000 videos from 90 countries showing informal native speech in everyday situations
  • People & Places: over 29,000 photos from around the world 
  • Foreign Text: 200 recurring newspaper and magazine publications in 70 languages
  • Insta-Class: materials in 52 languages with quizzes and vocabulary already provided
  • Video Editor create your own video clips in the classroom

To access SCOLA Web Services from any computer on the BC network, go to:

http://www.scola.org/scola/ipautologin.aspx

See SCOLA’s Technical Information page to make full use of these Online resources. For more information, including how to access SCOLA Web Services on your iPhone or iPad, contact:

Cynthia Bravo (cynthia.bravo@bc.edu)
Director of the Language Lab