Key Drivers for an Efficient Learning Program in a Corporate Context
The evolution of markets, multinational corporations, the seamless integration of cross-border operations and collaboration, and international networking have increased the need and significance of effective communication across not only countries, but also cultures and languages. Thus, foreign language proficiency is a potent catalyst for individual career development and mobility.
Fun new activity on Altissia – discover its linguistic and pedagogical advantages!
We’re excited to announce our latest innovation! This fun new activity on our language platform will stimulate your learners’ learning experience, inviting them to explore vocabulary in an enjoyable way.
Behind the Scenes at Altissia: Mayra, Account Manager
Explore Mayra’s fascinating role; an industrial designer and expert in linguistic projects at Altissia. With over 14 years of experience, Mayra merges her artistic creativity with her commitment to language learning, bringing a unique perspective to the Altissia team.
AI in Language Education
The Faculty of Philosophy, Arts and Letters at UCLouvain and Altissia is delighted to invite you to an event dedicated to AI in Language Education. This exceptional gathering will be held both in-person at the Université Saint-Louis in Brussels, Belgium, and virtually on Wednesday, 27th March 2024, from 10:00 to 17:00.
Behind the Scenes at Altissia: Diane, Account Manager
Today, we’re putting the spotlight on the essential role played by Diane, an Account Manager at Altissia for over two years. Join us as we explore her day-to-day life, where each project becomes a passionate educational adventure!
The Altissia Chair: A Network of Experts in the Development of “Digital Cultures and Ethics”
In 2018, Altissia began a fruitful collaboration with UCLouvain's Faculty of Philosophy, Arts and Letters (FIAL) to launch the Altissia Chair in "Digital Cultures and Ethics". But what is a University Chair, you may ask?
The Keys to a Successful Blended Learning Course
You might know Altissia as a provider of online learning platforms and online assessment. But did you know that we also work with foreign language instructors from all over the world to help them familiarize themselves with the concepts of distance learning and blended learning? These exchanges, along with my own teaching practices, have allowed me to build expertise on the topic of blended learning in foreign language teaching. In this blog, I want to share 6 tried-and-tested keys that can contribute to making your blended course a success.
Behind the Scenes at Altissia: Elise, Account Manager
Passionate about languages from a young age, Elise naturally found her way to Altissia as an Account Manager for the Belux (Belgium-Luxembourg) and DACH (Germany-Austria-Switzerland) markets. Elise helps our partners, mainly universities and companies, to bring their language training projects to fruition. As a go-between for our clients and our in-house teams, she makes sure that Altissia’s platform meets the high linguistic expectations of our users and is constantly keeping up with the changing needs of the market.
Altissia’s platform to the rescue!
I will always remember the month of March 2020: lockdown! At the time, I was working as a French, English and Dutch teacher for Altissia. In concrete terms, my mission was to host practical language sessions (conversation tables, etc.) all over Wallonia.