English with Diane Nottle, former New York Times editor

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In Spring 2016, EDiTE researchers had the opportunity to take part in an extensive English course geared towards high-intermediate and advanced English-speakers who sought to intensify their knowledge with regard to language specifics used in the media, the arts or academia. Lecturer, Diane Nottle from New York, has not only published hundreds of articles in American newspapers and magazines, she also recently released her latest book, titled: American English for World Media. Having been an editor of the New York Times for 20 years, Diane taught her students at ULS how to compose basic news writing, interviewing, and press releases. Additionally, she expanded our competence in digital media, helped refining our vocabulary, pronunciation and grammar, as well as explored with us the differences between local and English-language media.

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