Last Friday OnlineItalianClub.com ran it’s first online conversation group, by way of an experiment.
Paolo, one of our online teachers, hosted the meeting, with me offering technical support.
‘Present’ were students of Italian from many countries around the world: Australia, the USA, Britain, Italy, Slovenia, China, India and Israel.
Some participants experienced technical problems with their microphones, and so weren’t able to be heard, which was a shame.
But on the whole, we found this first experience of an international conversation in Italian to be a great success!
So, we’re organising two further experiments this week.
If you have a low or intermediate level in Italian, join us on Wednesday 29th Jan at 13.00 (Italian time) – click here to sign up.
For more advanced students, we’re reserving Friday 31st Jan at the same time – click here to sign up.
Each session will last approximately 30 minutes and is limited to a maximum of 15 attendees, so please don’t sign up unless you are sure you can join us!
Any questions? Leave a comment on this post.
P.S. If you are unsure if your computer has a working microphone, or don’t know how to use it, please do a little experimenting BEFORE the session!!
P.P.S. Paolo will be online each day from around 12.45, so feel free to log in a little earlier and introduce yourself. It’s also a good chance to learn how to use the meeting controls (microphone, webcam, chat, etc.) before the ‘real action’ begins…