teaches Italian Language, especially grammar and composition, and collaborates with the Department of Business Administration in teaching an interdisciplinary Italian for Business course at John Cabot University. She integrates her teaching with the Virtual Learning Environment. She holds a degree in Law (University of Rome), an M.A. E.D. Italian Teaching (University of Venice). She also studied Multi-Media E-Learning at the University of Roma Tre, she holds a Tutor on line Certificate (University of Perugia and a diploma in phonodidactics at the University of Venice. She has taught at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and at the Cornell University Program in Rome. She has published articles on teaching Italian and the use of multi-media and new technology. She contributes regularly to the review ILSA. She also collaborates with the University of Salento.
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