Answered By: Robert Sebek Last Updated: Jan 24, 2020 Views: 122
We have Rosetta Stone available online. Rosetta Stone is the premier software for computer-based language learning.
1) Go to the library homepage - Discovery Search, use Advanced Search, and type PIMSLEUR, then under "Limit To", select "Physical Collection" and look for items under "View Catalog Record" with "Compact Disc" Call numbers.
2) Go to our catalog page, use Advanced Search, type and search for PIMSLEUR, specifying the "Item type" as "Audio CD".
Languages represented are Eqyptian Arabic, Spanish, Hindi, Italian, German, French, Korean, Japanese, Chinese Mandarin, Vietnamese, Portuguese,and Russian. These are incredible sets, complete with guide books to complement 3 learning levels.
The library has a few foreign language materials in the collection. Run a Subject search using the language name followed by the word language; e.g., Italian language or Korean language or Russian language or Japanese language. Then scroll through the list of language subjects looking for subheadings such as:
- Sound recordings for English speakers
- Study and teaching