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“We have students who, in the second and third week, are able to produce five to six minutes of comprehensible Italian that you wouldn’t get in an entire semester of face-to-face time in a regular campus course.”

“[Bongo] is really important for us because it sums up all of that work that students are doing and gives us a place to go in and give them their feedback.”

 Nicoletta Ventresca, Faculty Lecturer
Penn State World Campus

 

 

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