Who are you thankful for?
As this round of LCL comes to a close, we here at MIT have been reflecting about how grateful we are to the people who made this happen:
Our remarkable volunteer translators, who have made the course available to more people by translating emails, the website, and forum posts (and even readings) every week!
عربى (Arabic): Simone Gates-Wiggins @simonegw !
Español (Spanish): Francisco (Paco) Jurado @frjurado, Verónica Belinda Estrada y Moscoso @Vero, Claudia Urrea @callaurrea, and Luis Morales-Navarro @LuisMorales-Navarro - special thanks to the Spanish translation team for their amazing work translating the readings.
Français (French): Mathieu Penot @Mathieu_Penot1 !
Italiano (Italian): Carmelo Presicce @tarmelop !
[日本語 (Japanese): Yumiko Murai @yumikom !
Português (Portuguese): Carolina Rodeghiero @CarolR !
The amazing LCL Facilitation Team volunteers, who brainstormed course ideas, facilitated discussions, shared encouragement and feedback, led local meetups, and helped us grow this community:
Mohona Bose @Mohona, Francisco (Paco) Jurado @frjurado, Leslie Layman @Leslie, Saskia Leggett @saskia, Verónica Belinda Estrada y Moscoso @Vero, Mathieu Penot @Mathieu_Penot1, Bice Rapaccini @Bice_Rapaccini, Dhwani Shah @Dhwanix, Shelly Sharp @MissMissShelly/ @Shelly_Sharp, and Claudia Urrea @callaurrea!
And a big thank you to you, the LCL Community, for sharing, making, and learning with us!