Rosetta Stone launches higher-education program
- March 24, 2010
Arlington-based Rosetta Stone Inc. has released a new language-learning software that allows teachers to supplement class time with online learning.
In the Rosetta Stone TOTALe program, students can listen, read, write and speak the language by attending guided sessions with native speakers, interacting with others and practicing conversational skills.
“Today’s students are digital natives demanding new technologies for language learning that disrupt the current model by providing differentiated instruction based on individual needs and learning styles,” said Tom Adams, CEO of Rosetta Stone. “By harnessing innovative technological solutions, we empower educators and help make the youth of America true global citizens.”
The program is currently being tested in pilot programs at colleges and universities.