August news

Written by on 02/08/2016 in News and Events


Market development

Our customer community is growing, Shirak Technologies, an education company based in Yerevan, Armenia, has engaged Adhoc Language services.

To help our network of Language Teachers adopt online strategies we are offering three roles to be played when collaborating with us:

  • Online Language Teacher, where you use our campus. It could be done for free in our Teacher’s Café (a subset of our OCLT solution) or engaging one of the three full versions of our OCLT where we apply the “flexible pay per use” policy.
  • Business Development Manager, where you help us marketing our OCLT solution and services, you work under commission.
  • Online Content Producer, where we build online content based on your copy-write raw material, and then we market the finished courses at worldwide level. This is an interesting source of income for you.

We also have made a special summer offer of a 20% discount on our set of ready to use English courses, with a more beneficial packaging where you get access to a set of courses at once. Should you like to have more details, just contact us.

And eventually, in collaboration with aulaitalia, we just launched the first course of “Italian for travelers“. A nice experience very useful for the ones who are lucky to spend days in the lovely Italy.

OCLT (Online Campus for Language Teaching) evolution

The good news for this month are that Big Blue Button, our virtual classroom integrated with Moodle, has released version 1.0 which bring a stable product to the whole and some additional nice features

Customer training and support

We continue supporting our customers through our Support campus where teachers find self study course development materials that ease their content development process.

Last June 29th, we run a very welcomed webinar titled “Certification exams preparation“. We had 56 enrollments coming from more than 20 countries from all continents. Our guest speaker Philippa Skillman was great as usual. You may find the material generate in the following links:

  1. Webinar recordings
  2. Questions from participants


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