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UChicago Language Center joins Social Media Platforms

  The University of Chicago’s Language Center has launched our social media presence, starting with the creation of a Facebook page and an Instagram profile.  These tools will help expand the Center’s online presence among UChicago students, the general public,...

UChicago Presentations at ACTFL 2023

  The University of Chicago's language community will be very well represented at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) annual conference November 17-19 at McCormick Place in downtown Chicago. Ana Flavia Boeing Marcelino - The...

Ahmet Dursun Publishes Article on Domain Analysis

Ahmet Dursun, Director of Office of Language Assessment at University of Chicago, has published an article in this year’s edition of the Global Business Languages Journal. Dursun’s article discusses the importance of domain analysis as a research framework for...

Zoom Security for Larger Meetings

If you are holding a Zoom event that may attract a large audience, here are a few considerations that can help minimize the chance for disruptions. Controlling access to the meeting or registration link: It's not recommended to make the meeting or registration link...

Student Employees for the 2022-23 School Year

The CLC is pleased to present our student employees for the 2022-23 academic year. Please help us welcome these new and familiar faces to our front desk.  Shayla Beltran Degree program: Double major in Media Arts and Design, and Gender and Sexuality Studies. Minor in...

What to do when students can’t attend class?

There will likely be times in 2021-22 when your students can't attend class. This post aims to combine university policy and Chicago Language Center recommendations to help you consider how to best accommodate these students. Official University Policy For official...

Cathy Baumann’s Interview on Reverse Design

  Cathy Baumann: "When we teach, we make hundreds, if not thousands, of decisions: which materials should I use? Which textbook? What will be homework? What will I do in class? You can make better choices about all those questions if you know where you’re going,...