As language learning apps grow in popularity and accessibility, Babbel is committed to improving customer’s confidence in picking up on spoken language.
Babbel’s new monolingual course for advanced learners offers a good balance of formal and informal real-life situations to maximize learning methods for self-directed learners.
The favorite courses of Babbel’s language learning experts – Swedish for Everyday Life, presented by Elin
Babbel’s Didactics team shares one of their favorite language courses: Swedish for Everyday Life.
The third installment of Babbel: Perspectives takes a look into how mobile technologies offer and hinder access to a more global and accessible future.
A Babbel case study shows how mobile language learning apps can complement traditional language courses when settling into a new environment.
Babbel’s VP of Product Design Scott Weiss opens up about user experience and leading a cross-functional team dedicated to creative research and design.
In a series of three articles, one of Babbel’s Didactic’s experts Lena will write about some of important points that language experts should keep in mind when creating content for millions of learners.
The second edition of Babbel’s Perspectives lecture series features cognitive scientist Josephine Apraku on Whiteness in urban and technological design.
New to Babbel as Executive Vice-President of Didactics, Geoff Stead opens up about his background in emerging educational technology and his philosophy for improving learning and communication.
Megan Toon from Babbel’s Public Relations team explores the diverse ways in which women at Babbel experience the intersections of gender, language and technology.