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An Insider’s Story of our Kids App Development

There’s a story behind every product that we develop here at Rosetta Stone. Our Webby-nominated Rosetta Stone® Kids Lingo Letter Sounds is no exception. We asked our lead game designer Chrissie Denniston to share the story of how the Lingos came to life! Blog Post by Chrissie Denniston Learning a foreign language comes naturally to little kids. But memorizing a stack of flashcards isn’t a natural way of learning a foreign language—speaking is! Anyone who knows little kids knows that they love to talk and love to be heard. So when we set out to design Rosetta Stone’s first foray into the kids’ language-learning realm, we wanted to create fun…

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Rosetta Stone Sponsors 2014 National HR in Hospitality Conference

Rosetta Stone® Business is pleased to announce that it is sponsoring the 8th Annual National HR in Hospitality Conference & Expo taking place today through Wednesday, April 28-30, at the ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. The Rosetta Stone Business team looks forward to sharing best practices in multicultural customer service training with human resources leaders from the nation’s top hotel and restaurant chains. During the conference, get a sneak peek at Rosetta Stone Business’s new suite of language-learning solutions, which features a hospitality-specific language-learning curriculum for hotels and restaurants. This new solution allows hospitality organizations to improve customer…

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Online Training Helps Expand Workplace Learning

When it comes to generating positive acceptance and feedback for enterprise operations, it’s important that businesses are delivering the products and services its employees need in the formats that best facilitate ongoing work initiatives. With more companies expanding into the global realm, not all personnel are likely to work in the same office, city, state, or even country. In order to keep everyone on the same page and facilitate ongoing enterprise success, it’s important that online training program opportunities are extended to meet growing business environments. One of the leading ways to accomplish this feat is through the integration of…

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Rosetta Stone® Language Learning for Homeschool

Bringing Language Learning Home: Foreign Language Learning Curriculum for Homeschool Students  As a homeschooler, you may frequently find yourself faced with the question, “Where do I find quality, effective materials for my students?” Even more so, “How will it help me help them?” Concern for quality curriculum and effective monitoring of your child’s learning can understandably be deepened when you’re trying to find materials for a topic that you may not fully understand, or one that you don’t feel confident teaching. Foreign language learning is frequently at, or near the top of that list. Let us help. Rosetta Stone® Language Learning…

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The 10 Most Unique Hotels in the World

Travel is exciting! From planning your adventures to finally arriving at your long-anticipated home away from home, there’s not much that can beat the joy of being on vacation—except maybe the hotel itself. Continuing our series that shares some of the world’s most exciting places to go and things to see, we’re pleased to present to you some of the most unique hotels in the world. Read the Full Transcript JW Marriott Marquis. Taking vacation accommodations to new heights, this hotel may soon be out-measured. Dasparkhotel. Repurposing at its finest—these tiny digs are home base for travelers looking for…

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Helping International Students Improve English Proficiency Outside the Language Classroom

As the recently released 2013 Open Doors Report on student mobility reveals, the number of international students attending US colleges reached a record high last year. As a result of this influx, universities are facing growing demands to ensure that international students have the English language skills needed to successfully integrate into English-taught courses as well as into local student communities. Here are a few of the tools and services that campuses are using to help international students develop English proficiency, in addition to regular ESL language course offerings: • Student language exchange/buddy programs: Studies have shown that social interaction…

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Academic WorldQuest 2014: Expanding World Affairs Knowledge in the Nation’s High Schools

Rosetta Stone is proud to be a lead sponsor of Academic WorldQuest 2014, April 25th and 26th at the Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center in Washington, DC. Organized by the World Affairs Councils of America, Academic WorldQuest is a team competition that tests competitors’ knowledge in international affairs, geography, history, and culture. Participants are from high schools across America that have formed partnerships with their local World Affairs Council. Throughout the school year, over 4,000 students have competed on the local level in 26 states to earn the right to compete at the national competition. The topics for which…

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Hospitality Holds the Keys to Great Diversity and Inclusion Programs

The hospitality industry is on the brink of a major transformation due to rapid globalization, and companies that embrace this change and adapt are going to realize a significant competitive advantage. As the consumer base grows to incorporate more cultures and ethnicities, many businesses are turning their attention to diversity and inclusion practices, and moreover, making them a core part of corporate training. In fact, according to a survey conducted by the Society for Human Resource Management, more than half of organizations say they have policies that promote diversity or inclusion strongly or very strongly, and only three percent do…

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Five Interesting Facts about Earth Day

The First Earth Day The first Earth Day took place on April 22, 1970. Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson proposed this national teach-in on the environment in order to get the attention of the federal government and prove that public opinion was ready for a bold political agenda on environmental problems. Credited with crystalizing the growing concerns of ecological crises in the United States and beyond, Earth Day is now recognized around the world as a day of education, action, and reflection. “Our goal is not just an environment of clean air and water and scenic beauty. The objective is an…

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Small Business Fraud: No Little Matter

In recent weeks and months, an increasing number of institutions have faced security breaches that resulted in the leak of confidential information belonging to customers. Safety is not only a concern for major companies with broad client bases. Rather, enterprises of every size and structure should be aware of methods which can help boost security. Staff training and development, however, can help prevent some common errors that might make a business more susceptible to issues. Fraud affects everyone According to Bank of America, the small business community is not immune from hackers and other fraudulent parties just because of its…

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