The Vista difference
Not Only Different, Better.
What makes our team unique
We’re a different kind of publisher. Because for everyone here—from our editors to your sales rep—this isn’t just a job, it’s a lifelong passion. So when you open that text or download that activity, it didn’t come from faceless factory or the desk of a “9-to-5er,” It came from people who put their all into that lesson, vocabulary list, or film selection. Because we all know, when you like what you do, only the best will do.
Always improving, thanks to our customers
Learning never ends, especially when you’re passionate about what you do. We learn a lot from our customers. We’re lucky that we can focus exclusively on modern language instructors and students—their successes and challenges, alike. Customer comments, suggestions and even some criticism help us continually improve our programs as we hear about changing needs.
Fresh authentic and integrated materials
What comes from our collaboration with customers? We develop programs that offer:
- Unprecedented access to students
- Widest variety of contemporary, authentic materials in our category
- Close integration of text, leading-edge technology, and authentic media
- Bold and engaging textbook design
We hope that you will agree that with Vista Higher Learning you will discover a purpose and meaning behind every detail—to support and promote language learning.
Take a look at our programs and you’ll see how our team and collaborative approach set our materials apart from other publishers. No detail is too small. Everything we offer supports and promotes modern language learning.
I do not have enough words to thank you for all the support you have given to us. Vista Higher Learning’s outstanding programs really help the students with the four skills required to learn a foreign language.Eugenia Velazquez Teacher, Cathedral Catholic
High School, CA
The amount of technology offered by the Vista Higher Learning textbook program was the deciding factor in selecting it for my courses. I wanted to ensure that students would be able to explore culture through video and audio, use tutorials, and have access to numerous written activities in order to help them develop their reading, writing, and listening skills.Jessica Todd Instructor, East Georgia College, GA