Julian Morgan has taught Classics for more than 25 years and is author and publisher of a wide range of Classics software published by J-PROGS, including Rome the Eternal City, Pompeii and Roman Technology. He is the author of Graeculus, an all-new ab initio Latin course. He is the Coordinator for Latin teaching at the European School, Karlsruhe, Germany, where he teaches in the English Section. Since 2003 he has been the UK partner in the EU’s CIRCE project, committed to providing electronic support for Classics teachers across Europe. Julian teaches Latin, Greek and Philosophy at the European School, Karlsruhe, Germany.
Paul Gwynne is an Assistant Professor of Classics and Director of the Honors Program and Interdisciplinary Studies at the American University of Rome (AUR). He holds a B.A.(Hons) in English with Latin from the University of Reading, an M.A. in English Renaissance poetry from the University of York, a Ph.D. from the Warburg Institute of the University of London , and a Diploma in Paleografia, Diplomatica e Archivistica from the Vatican. He has lectured in Rome at the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies and Saint Mary’s College and was an adjunct professor at The American University of Rome before becoming a core faculty in 2004. He has responsibility for Classical Studies and is also director of the Honors Program and Interdisciplinary Studies. He brings to these studies his wide experience of the classical tradition and his in-depth knowledge of the contribution of Rome to Humanist studies.
Cindy Caltagirone holds an MA in Classical Humanities and an MS in the Management of Technology. She taught high school Latin for 17 years, both in the classroom and through a national distance learning program. As her methodology evolved to include computer-based tools, she conducted many workshops on their use for teachers in the classroom. For the last several years she has been working for the Administrative Office of the US Courts, Information Technology Training Branch, where she has earned a Superior Performance Award 11 years in a row, serving as project manager and conducting technical training. She also acts as webmaster for the American Classical League, the National Latin Exam, the Mediterranean Society, and other organizations.
Cédric Ebiner is a teacher of Latin and French at Loyola High School of Los Angeles, one of the most prestigious college prep schools on the West Coast of the United States. Although he is a product of the rigorous Swiss classical curriculum, he has called Southern California his home since 1994 and has made a reputation for himself through his enthusiastic, passionate and opinionated teaching and use of technology in the classroom. His chief interests are applying new technological tools to provide meaningful educational experiences for his students. He and his students utilize Web 2.0 technologies like multi-media presentations, Google Earth, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and other internet based technologies to study Julius Caesar’s de Bello Gallico , Latin, and other topics of the Ancient World.