Friday, August 21, 2009

August 27, 2009 - All Things Latin

Hosted by: Lydia Stewart, Frank Williams, and Kathy Lambert-Scronce

Topic: All Things Latin

Date: Thursday, August 27

Time: 7 pm EST

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We welcome everyone to continue discussions after the Culture Cafe session here with your comments.


  1. Hey everyone! I thought the Culture Cafe session went really well! I feel like we are now more of a class then we were before. We definitely need to do it again soon!

    Chris Hendel

  2. I Guess I am first. That was fun. Please remember teachers are people and not computers. We are happy to help if you let us. I hope everyone feels a little more comfortable and inspired. I do.

  3. It was a lot of fun. I look forward to doing that again in the future. Some people did have valid points about the travel to Italy part; It would definitely help us understand the ancient roman culture.

    Well anyways. Thanks so much for all you guys did to set this up for us.

  4. Thanks, i had a great time... those pictures were amazing... i cant wait to have another one... i tired one of those once and it didn't work out because we had slow e-net... but now it works great... Thanks for hosting it... i had a great time... one thing was finding the right room... i know we all had problems with that but we all figured it out... other then that i had a great time... :)

  5. That was so much fun! It was nice to know we're on track and ask questions...and those pictures were amazing! :)

  6. This was very fun and interesting. Didn't really expect anything like that. Very helpful. Good luck to everyone!

  7. What a wonderful way to spend a Thursday evening - a cafe by the Italian shore.

    Thanks, Lydia, for "running the show."

  8. Lydia Stewart SAYS: We had an informative and fun "Latin Cultural Cafe" meeting tonight. Multas Gratias to Magister Tom Sears for his "techno" expertise, to Magister Frank Williams for his info on Blackboard navigation, and to Magistra Katherine Lambert-Scronce for her comments concerning the value of Latin in the 21st century.
    I wish for all of NCVPS online courses in every discipline a very successful Fall '09 semester! Valete!