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A click away from learning Greek

07. March 2010. | 12:04

Source: EMportal

The "Odysseas Language Project" is a new online interactive programme designed to teach the Greek language on the internet.

The "Odysseas Language Project" is a new online interactive programme designed to teach the Greek language on the internet.

Led by the Greek-Canadian Andre Gerolymatos, chairman of Hellenic Studies at Simon Fraser University in Canada, "Odysseas" is designed to emulate how an actual personal tutor would instruct a student.

The programme keeps on expanding as the number of students in the United States, Canada and China who are taking up this challenge, is increasing.

Through partnerships with some of the most prestigious universities worldwide such as Harvard, Yale and University of Beijing in China, more and more students are lining up to learn Greek. The programme offers four different proficiency levels ranging from beginner to advanced and it is funded by Stavros Niarchos Foundation.


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