Tom Braslavsky, a Hatchet columnist, writes about the advantages of the Global Language Network for students without much time.
“At the close of my first semester taking a GLN class (Beginning Arabic), I wholeheartedly give the experience two-thumbs-up.
“My class is convenient because it meets for two hours every weekend at the Marvin Center and doesn’t get in the way of the busy week. However, a two-hour class period can fit a lot of information. I come back from class with pages and pages of notes that, if I get the urge, I can look over and practice (there is no official homework). This more laid back approach means that in a GLN class, you can get out of it as much work as you put in.”
Read his full column here.