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Transparent Connect Offers 3 New Corporate Language Training Programs Posted by on Aug 3, 2015 in For Businesses

In a globalized world, businesses need to operate in multiple languages, but when personnel need to learn or improve a language, it’s too expensive, takes too long and is too distracting. For years Transparent Language has developed and delivered innovative and hard-working technology that materially improve the economics, logistics, reliability and visibility of some of…

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What differentiates Transparent Language Online from other language learning programs? Posted by on Jan 20, 2014 in Company News, For Businesses, For Educators, For Learners, For Libraries

It probably comes as no surprise that we feel Transparent Language Online is the best learning solution for libraries, and a much better value than any other education and library language solution on the market. There are the obvious reasons, such as having more languages and more content for each language than any competing system. But let’s…

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Putting the FL in STEM: the Link Between Foreign Languages and the STEM Fields Posted by on Aug 12, 2013 in For Businesses, For Learners

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Dr. Bill Rivers is the Executive Director for the Joint National Committee for Languages – National Council for Language and International Studies, and a leader in U.S. language policy development. We’ve all heard about the importance of improving education in the STEM fields: science, technology, engineering, and math. But did you know that foreign languages…

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Language Learning Software Comparison: Rosetta Stone vs. Transparent Language Posted by on May 7, 2013 in For Businesses, For Educators, For Learners, For Libraries

It’s tough being the “other one” in the language-learning business, especially when competitors employ a heavy marketing strategy.  Rosetta Stone is a household name, and those yellow boxes are everywhere.  Many people feel that if they are paying hundreds of dollars for a language solution, well, they must be buying the best solution, right?  Maybe…

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