Parlez-Vous @ Your Library! New Online Service Teaches Nine Languages

Posted on September 7, 2007. Filed under: Kentucky, library, Paducah, Technology, World |

 

Rosetta Stone New Online Service Teaches Nine Languages
Forget passports, books, or CDs… There’s a new way to learn language, and you can find it free online! The McCracken County Public Library now offers Rosetta Stone online language learning at its Internet Branch, www.mclib.net.

This new library service offers nine different languages: United States and United Kingdom English, German, Greek, French, Italian, Russian, and Spain and Latin American Spanish. The content is ideal for the casual learner of any age. You will receive practical instruction in including, dates and times, weather, and shopping, to name just a few categories. You can access them all any time of the day or night, from anywhere with an Internet connection.

Rosetta Stone is acclaimed for the speed, power, and effectiveness of its Dynamic Immersion method. Based in Virginia, Inc. Magazine recently named Rosetta Stone one of the 500 fastest growing companies in the U.S. Founded in 1992, Rosetta Stone replicates the natural way people learn languages as children using this online technology.

Surf to www.mclib.net today and click on Rosetta Stone to get started!

 

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