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Online Advanced Latin at UConn: needs?

We're continuing to develop the Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies program here at the University of Connecticut in order to make it possible to complete a degree online. One important step in that process is going to happen in Spring 2011, when I will offer UConn's first online Advanced Latin course. I'm hoping to get colleagues' help in figuring out what the best schedule is on which to offer the course: whether a regular spring semester course, a highly-compressed January or May course, or a less-compressed summer session course best suits the schedules of teachers who need advanced Latin credits.

I'd also simply like to get an idea of how much demand there is for such a course, so if you think you might be interested in such a course, I'd love to hear from you in the comments here, or via e-mail.

Multas gratias!

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