A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about how exciting it is to have an empirical study of Voxy’s methodology from one of the most respected research institutions in the country. It’s one thing for me to demonstrate that Voxy works (and it does!), but it’s far more satisfying to have someone else say it.
And it was with a similar level of excitement that I read Sarah Fister Gale’s recent article in Chief Learning Officer Magazine: The Language of Business. This article explains in detail how Voxy has been working with the Campari Group to offer personalized, needs-based instruction to employees who need to communicate in English around the world. With interviews from the Director of Human Resources as well as a Voxy learner, it offers an inside look into why Voxy was chosen, how it works, and the improvements in workplace productivity that resulted from Voxy usage.
If you are interested in a clear, succinct example of how Voxy can help a workplace move to a more efficient and effective digital English solution, check this out!
Katharine Nielson, Ph.D. leads a team of curriculum specialists, data analysts, and research associates to develop test items, curate language learning content, develop curricula, and run empirical studies. She’s spent twenty years teaching languages, researching how to teach languages, and teaching people how to teach languages in various settings around the world.