A New Normal for the National Museum of Language

 



Being a publisher of language teaching and learning books (among other lines), we are always interested in what the language community is doing. One source of fascinating information is the National Museum of Language. In its most recent newsletter, it talked about its new normal in the era of covid. 

At the Museum, our new normal is to not only continue to offer you the same great content you have seen throughout the years, but to add new and exciting concepts to our regular lineup. The Teacher's Corner has taken on a digital slant, focusing on what can be done now while many teachers remain teaching online to some degree, but with tasks and tools that can come back with you to the classroom. After the success of our first trivia night, we will be looking at another one coming to you shortly. Having virtual Speakers has increased our audience significantly and allows us to reach out to audiences we had never considered.

And those are only what you have seen so far! Our new interns, our trustees, and our board have proven that innovation has not gone away, and we are looking at some new features to the website in addition to new styles of events as we heard towards the rest of 2021. We hope that you have stayed in the loop, and are looking forward to new opportunities to engage with the Museum even as your life begins to look more like 2019 than 2020.

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