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Aude Raymond

Professor of Instruction in French

MA, University of Illinois at Chicago

Native of East of France, Aude Raymond is interested in inter-cultural experience. Her work centers on teaching language and culture, on technology-enhanced language learning, and on French for specific purposes. She is coordinator of the Intermediate French sequence 121 and teaches courses at the 100, 200 and 300 level.

Recently, she developed a second year Flipped French course with her colleagues Christiane Rey and Patricia Scarampi, for which they received two Provost Digital Project grants as well as several Hewlett grants, two Undergraduate Research Grants, and one Alumni Grant. This courseware is currently used at Northwestern in all Intermediate French Courses and the grammar text will be available shortly as an Open Educational Resource. 

For over ten years, Aude Raymond served as French Placement and Proficiency Adviser in the Department. In addition, she has been working on the Language Proficiency Committee for which she advises and assists students registered with the Services for Students with Disabilities, helping them achieve the fulfillment of their language requirement.

Aude is also an active member of the Council on Language Instruction and Fellow of the International Studies Residential College since 2004. She co-sponsors the Table française with her colleagues Margaret Dempster and Katia Viot-Southard.