Don’t stop exploring! Continue to dream!

 

Explore online: 

 

Visit a Museum. 

Take advantage of opportunities to virtually tour some of the world’s renowned museums. The British Museum (UK), the Louvre (France), Museu de Arte de São Paulo (Brazil) and the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (South Korea) are just a few of the many institutions allowing us a digital look at their collections. See a full list of Google Arts & Culture collections online.

 

Explore the World. 

Explore nearby treasures like the National Parks or venture off virtually to places such as the Great Barrier Reef (Australia), Hang Son Doong (Vietnam), Machu Picchu (Peru), North Island (New Zealand), Stonehenge (UK) and Victoria Falls (Zambia). Watch live footage of Gorillas on the Tayna Nature Reserve (DRC) or a live streamed Safari on the Djuma Private Game Reserve (South Africa). And follow along with the French Embassy as they deliver culture to your couch.

Explore Google Earth and Google’s Street View Collections .(You will need to your Google Crome browser).  Explore famous landmarks and natural wonders with a 360-degree view. You can see the world from every angle.

360gigapixels.com is a website that shows panoramic photos of cities around the world.

The UNESCO website a United Nations agency dedicated to preserving and promoting the world’s most unique cultural heritage. The website has a list of 981 sites that are considered to have “outstanding universal value”.

 

Watch a Film or Read a Book. 

Tune in to Netflix and watch an international film with friends. Or take a look at the National Geographic list of 10 titles that will take you on real-life adventures.

 

Learn how cook to a specific cuisine from anywhere in the world:

Visit Global Table Adventure and start cooking some amazing meals.

 

Learn a New Language.

Download Duolingo for free and begin learning a new language.

 

Play a Game & Give Back. 

Visit GeoGuessr and test your geography knowledge.

Play a round of Free Rice with the United Nations World Food Programme and help provide food to global communities in need.

 

Our commitment to your health and safety:

La Salle continues to closely monitor the latest updates of the novel (new) coronavirus (known as COVID-19) and follows guidance given by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) and the state of Pennsylvania State when making decisions regarding our upcoming study abroad and travel study programs. Our students’ health and safety are our top priorities.

If La Salle decides to cancel a future study abroad program, we will communicate directly with affected students and will make sure we give you the most update information on our current COVID-19 Information page.