AVC Interactive e-Book “Exploring Yerevan” Launch at Yerevan Municipality

On April 1, 2015, the AGBU Armenian Virtual College (AVC) and Yerevan Mayor’s Office held a joint global forum to launch an interactive e-book entitled Exploring Yerevan – A Look Inside the City’s Past and Present.
The book is the newest addition to AVC’s pioneering multimedia e-book series. Over 100 Diasporan Armenians attending the AGBU 88th General Assembly...

AVC Live Streams Symposium Organized by UC Berkeley Armenian Studies Program

On April 18, 2015, the AGBU Armenian Virtual College live streamed an international symposium organized by the Armenian Studies Program at UC Berkeley entitled “The Origins of Armenian Genocide.” The event covered the crucial three years between 1912 and 1915. It featured a number of prominent scholars who discussed the combination of domestic...

Students at the AGBU Sofia Hayler Sunday School Receive AVC Certificates

On June 3, 2015, students at the AGBU Sofia Hayler Sunday School received AVC certificates in recognition of their successful completion of the academic year 2014/2015.
Having joined AVC since the winter of 2014, Hayler is among the many schools and communities worldwide benefiting from the unique opportunity of hybrid (blended) learning in Armenian Studies made possible by AVC.

AVC Students e-Visit Yerevan Winery and Brandy Factory

On June 4 and 5, AVC students paid a virtual visit to the Yerevan Winery and Brandy Factory to learn about one of the oldest traditions in Armenia, the winemaking. Prepared by the AVC Online Instructors through their personal visit to the Winery, the e-Visit came to add to the series of virtual tours and events that AVC regularly holds for its students...

AVC Programs Introduced to Armenian Community in Dublin, Ireland

On March 20, 2015, AVC Founder and President Dr. Yervant Zorian paid a visit to Dublin, Ireland, and met with the local Armenian community. In the public event that the community leaders had organized, Dr. Zorian gave a talk about AVC and its objectives, the concept of AVC, and the mission that helped create and operate the unique...

AVC Presents their Online Chess Program to the UAE Delegation

On February 18, 2015, AVC was invited by the Armenian Chess Academy to present its online chess program to the FIDE delegates from the United Arab Emirates. During the presentation, AVC Academic Director Dr. Hasmik Khalapyan spoke about the program’s objectives, and discussed prospects of collaboration with the guests...

AVC Master Class at Ayb High School

On January 27, 2015, AVC Founder and President Dr. Yervant Zorian delivered a master class in Ayb High School, a private school in Yerevan that blends the best traditions of Armenian schooling with contemporary learning methodologies and technologies. Around 100 students participated in the event, during which Dr. Zorian presented AVC programs and products...

Our Past is Always Reflected in Our Present

About a century ago, French author Anatole France wrote “Armenia is dying, but it will survive. The little blood that is left is precious blood that will give birth to a heroic generation. A nation that does not want to die does not die”. And so the nation survived and it resisted all of the attempts of extermination. It was revived and gave birth to new generations, which brought the nation back to life...

New AVC Liaison Team Established in Bucharest, Romania

AVC Founder and President Dr. Yervant Zorian paid a three-day visit to Romania during which he visited Bucharest and Cluj (near the Armenian town Gherla/Armenopolis). The meetings with the community leaders and members resulted in the establishment of the AVC liaison team in Romania, which will help further expand AVC’s presence...


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AGBU Armenian Virtual College (AVC) is an accredited online learning institution that facilitates Armenian Studies through new technologies. Launched in 2009, AVC classes are open to anyone who is interested in Armenian Studies, creating a virtual classroom for students who do not have access to traditional, face-to-face Armenian educational programs, while supplementing the curriculum of those who do. The launch of the e-Book Series marks AVC's expansion in a new and exciting direction.