Language Coach Tweets About the Rosetta Stone Experience

Last Friday, Rosetta Stone held our second Twitter Chat, which was hosted by Aimee, one of our English product Studio Coachessmalltwitter t logo copy. Aimee answered questions about the features and methods of Rosetta Studio, and she discussed some of the highlights and rewards of working as a live, native-speaking Coach for Rosetta Stone.

If you’re not familiar, a Twitter Chat is a guided conversation in which Twitter users are asked to discuss a particular topic. The chat is given a hashtag, which makes it easy for participants to follow the conversation. Twitter users participated in the Rosetta Stone Twitter Chat in real-time by navigating to and searching for the hashtag #RSChat.

If you missed the chat, don’t worry! You can stay up-to-date by reading the Sept. 24 Twitter Chat Digest. If you’d like even more information on Rosetta Studio, you can visit our YouTube Channel to watch a brief video.

Stay tuned on Facebook and Twitter for the announcement of future Twitter Chats and their special guests; we love the conversation and hope our series of Twitter Chats will excite your interest in language learning.

  • Sue

    I have not been able to find the transcript from this conversation from any of the links you provide. I’m trying Sept 20, 2010.

    • rvoiceadmin

      Hi, Sue. We’ve sent the transcript to your email account. Let us know if you have any questions.

  • Tiffany

    Would you please send it to me as well?

    • Rosetta Stone

      Hi, Tiffany. Thanks for your interest in reading the transcript from our Twitter Chat. Click on the words “Sept. 24 Twitter Chat Digest” in the blog post above. Your computer will prompt you to open a Word document. Click “Open” to see the transcript. If you still aren’t able to open the transcript, you can send us an email through our support portal here:

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