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Jane Sokolosky


Jane Sokolosky is a Senior Lecturer in German Studies at Brown University, where she is the language program director and TA supervisor. Prior to coming to Brown, she was a Visiting Assistant Professor of German at Middlebury College. She received her Ph.D. from Washington University in St Louis. Jane specializes in the educational uses of technology for language learning. She successfully integrates blogs, smart phones, apps, video, and Internet-based learning into her curriculum.

Teaching Culture through Blogs
Effective Implementation of Blogs to Improve Writing and Include Culture in Intermediate and Advanced German Classes. Keywords: Technology

Learning to Go: Using Mobile Devices to Engage Students in Learning
Suggestions on incorporating smart phones and tablets into the German curriculum. Keywords: Technology

Students as Producers: Video Projects
How to sequence language learning to ensure a high quality video as a capstone project. Keywords: Film/TV

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