“True! --nervous --very, very dreadfully nervous I had been and am; but why will you say that I am mad? The disease had sharpened my senses --not destroyed --not dulled them. Above all was the sense of hearing acute. I heard all things in the heaven and in the earth ...
by Bill McDowell and Burr Settles on Mon 23 September 2019
by Zachary Golan-Strieb on Thu 19 September 2019
At Duolingo, we are always trying to improve the experience of our learners, and in order to do so, we need to understand how they are learning with the app. Recently, we have added new cohorting and correlation tools to our internal analytics dashboard to help us identify ways we can improve Duolingo.
by @MargaritaMisirpashayeva on Mon 09 September 2019
At Duolingo, we believe it’s important to use data to drive our decisions. This includes decisions about how best to teach languages. You probably aren’t thinking about it while you’re doing your daily Spanish lessons, but in the background, we have dedicated teams of volunteers and staff ...
by @IsabelYap on Wed 04 September 2019
One of Duolingo’s core product principles is that by making language learning enjoyable, our learners will be more willing to stick with it. Learning a language is hard, so it’s important that we make our app fun and exciting to keep up momentum. At the same time, we ...
by @HopeWilson on Wed 28 August 2019
Learning Latin has the power to connect you to other languages, your own language, and to history. With Duolingo's new course, it's easier than ever.
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