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Internet Slang/Abbreviations in Latin! Why not?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Ann Matteo Oct 8, 2010.

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Impersonate an Animal in Latin, win a prize!
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Rich replied to Andrew Reinhard's discussion Distance Learning Courses for Ancient Greek/Greek History?
"Hello Lisa, Does Robert Welch University still offer these courses? I have not been able to find the full catalog online. I am interested in taking a distance intro to Attic Greek. I have done some studying on my own but would benefit from a course.…"
Nov 26, 2014
mrs dakin commented on Andrew Reinhard's video

The Death of Cephalus and Snuggles The Bear

"This doesn't play now, even though I've joined the wretched site.  Please tell me how to make it play.  My Year 10 class are rioting. Thanks, Mrs Dakin"
Nov 4, 2014
Connor Hart joined Andrew Reinhard's group

Speaking Latin Aloud

If you are a teacher who speaks Latin aloud in class, records Latin, encourages your students to speak Latin, or are interested in trying out your pronunciation on your peers, this is the place to do it!
Jul 30, 2014
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Speaking Latin Aloud

If you are a teacher who speaks Latin aloud in class, records Latin, encourages your students to speak Latin, or are interested in trying out your pronunciation on your peers, this is the place to do it!
Aug 7, 2010
K. Christian McGuire replied to Andrew Reinhard's discussion Internet Slang/Abbreviations in Latin! Why not?
"Cool. With my students, I have often described the paleo-/ epi-graphic tradition of the pre-printing age in terms of text messaging. "I.X. -- Iesu Christus" That being said we could probably start with the comprehensive abbreviations in…"
Aug 3, 2010
Latinum Institute commented on Andrew Reinhard's blog post Titio! Tweeting in and for Latin via Twitter
"All members of Schola, and this group as well, if it has been set up, can send their status updates to twitter and facebook."
Jul 31, 2010
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Medieval Latin

Explore the transition from Classical to Medieval Latin.
May 11, 2010
Laura Gibbs replied to Andrew Reinhard's discussion Internet Slang/Abbreviations in Latin! Why not?
"This is so much fun!!! If we are trying to "resonate" with the English versions, it could also be GFA, gratias futuras ago... GFA and TIA sound kind of alike. :-)"
May 8, 2010

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Princeton, NJ/American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Role in the Classics Classroom (real or virtual):
all of the above
About Me:
I am the Director of Publications for the American School of Classical Studies at Athens working from the ASCSA's US-based HQ in Princeton. I'm responsible for the publication of the journal Hesperia as well as series and monographs concerning current archaeological research conducted under the auspices of the ASCSA. I am working on adding additional digital publications to the mix as well.

From 2007 - August 2010, I was the Director of eLearning for Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers (www.bolchazy.com), an academic press specializing in Greek and Latin textbooks. When outside, I'm usually accompanied by a soccer ball or a six-year-old girl or sometimes both. I have an MA in art history and archaeology (specializing in Greek plastic vases) from the University of Missouri - Columbia, and a BA in archaeology from the University of Evansville as a member of the first graduating class from this remarkable department.

Prior to working at BCP, I spent nine years at Willoughby Associates, a museum database management company where I trained over 1,000 museum professionals at over 100 institutions worldwide on how to use our software. I also created eBooks of our documentation, produced tech tips and tutorials, and enjoyed getting even the most technophobic museum person interested in using the database to manage both the content and context of their collections.

Find me on World of Warcraft on the Feathermoon realm as Cliothalion, Tauren druid.
My Website:
Favorite on-line spots for the Classics:
Rogue Classicism: http://www.atrium-media.com/
Roma Victor (MMORPG): http://www.roma-victor.com/sotw/
Archaeological Institute of America: http://www.archaeological.org
Bad Archaeology: http://badarchaeology.blogspot.com
Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers: http://bolchazy.com
Favorite on-line spots for education:
MacArthur Foundation eLearning Initiative: http://spotlight.macfound.org/
Susan Smith Nash, eLearning Queen: http://elearnqueen.blogspot.com/
Sloodle (Second Life Education): http://www.sloodle.com
Second Life Education Wiki: http://simteach.com/wiki/index.php?
Best/worst computer-related classroom happening:
I once taught folks how to use a museum database management system at Cornell University during rains that were so bad the ceiling leaked, separating me from the class with a thin wall of water for an entire day.

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Titio! Tweeting in and for Latin via Twitter

Twitter is another ubiquitous Web 2.0 communication tool enabling users to "tweet" (post) updates in 140 characters (or less). Some would argue that Martial was the first person to tweet even though Twitter would not be invented until nearly 2,000 years after his death. For users of Twitter, there are those who tweet, those who follow (subscribe to those who tweet), and those who do both. Classicists have gotten into Twitter, too, and some are even using it… Continue

Posted on July 26, 2010 at 9:28am — 1 Comment

2010 Standards for Latin Teacher Preparation Published by APA/ACL

The American Philological Association (APA) and the American Classical League (ACL) jointly created and published the Standards for Latin Teacher Preparation in 2010. There is a small section listing sample online resources (eClassics is one of the three resources listed!). There is also a "Note on Technology" on page 17. From the Foreword:

"Teaching Latin is a noble calling… Continue

Posted on March 31, 2010 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

Terence Awards for Excellence in Classics Student Filmmaking: Call for Submissions

I am pleased to announce the second annual Terence Awards. These cash awards and prizes will be given to those junior high, high school, and university students whose videos convey Classics in a way that is informative, entertaining, or both. Please read on for details:


Cash prizes and free books will be awarded to the winning filmmaker or team in the following categories:

1 Best Picture, Junior Prize (junior high, high school, or homeschool student(s)… Continue

Posted on October 30, 2009 at 12:49pm — 1 Comment

Technology at Texas Classical Association, October 23-24, 2009, University of Texas - Austin

The Texas Classical Association (TCA) annual meeting was held at the AT&T Conference Center on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin on October 23-24, 2009. With over 90 delegates, it was the best-attended TCA in the history of the organization, and featured one presentation on the 23rd and eleven on the 24th. Read the full program here. Three presentations dealt specifically with classroom technologies for Classics, and one… Continue

Posted on October 27, 2009 at 10:30am

American Classical League Pre-Institute Workshop on free e-utilities for Latin teachers

I presented a pre-Institute workshop at ACL last week on how to download, install, and use Skype, Audacity, WeGame, Second Life, and World of Warcraft (machinima projects and live interaction in Latin). I thought that others might benefit from the 60-page, illustrated handout, so I have attached it to this post in PDF format.

ACL2009.pdf Message me here or send email to areinhard@bolchazy.com if… Continue

Posted on June 29, 2009 at 11:09am — 1 Comment

Comment Wall (25 comments)

At 9:25pm on June 1, 2007, Laura Gibbs said…
This ning system is very nice, Andrew!

I was wondering if there was a composite RSS feed for ALL the blogs in this eclassics ning circle? If there is such a thing, let me know - I've subscribed to your blog and to the forum, but it sure would be nice to subscribe the blog feeds en masse if there is such an option.

At 9:27pm on June 1, 2007, Laura Gibbs said…
DOH!!! I found it! yeah!!!

At 9:25am on August 1, 2007, Ryan Bortner said…
Thanks for the add, I haven't done anything greek since my old fraternity days....well, there WAS this IMAX film once...
At 10:51am on September 17, 2007, manuel said…


i'm not a student, nor a teacher (i'm programmer) and, the worst, i'm spanish, and my english could be better

but i'm an ancient history lover, and i hope to learn (may be teach) lots things

At 4:04pm on September 18, 2007, Susan Belmonte said…
You're welcome. Guess I'm on my way to being (in)famous.

At 7:56pm on October 30, 2007, John Westerlage said…

Thanks for inviting me.

I took Latin in high school (1955-1959) and now that I'm retired, I have time to really learn it.

I've just begun A Gratius Avitus' Conversational Latin Course, and when a little more advanced, would like to join your "Speaking Latin Aloud."

Looking forward to interacting with you folks.
V. Petronius Acisculus
(John Westerlage)
At 1:22pm on November 6, 2007, Scott de Brestian said…

How are things? The site looks great! Thanks for the kind comment.
At 1:10pm on November 11, 2007, Raphaela said…
Yes, I thought the world was ready for Owl Macros! Also, I've yet to meet a cat that had any interest in speaking Latin, even pidgin Latin. ;)
At 6:47pm on December 2, 2007, Dr. Rudolph Masciantonio said…
Hi Andrew!
Thank you for inviting me to listed as a friend! I am honored.
Rudy Masciantonio
At 4:10am on December 12, 2007, Bill Parsons said…
Hello Andrew. How's things at BCP?

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