Online foreign language software now available from Library

Written by Harold Henkel, Associate Librarian

Regent students, staff, and faculty wanting to learn a foreign language now have access to online software from the Library. Mango Languages is an innovative foreign language program that offers users several important benefits:

  • An effective methodology and a user-friendly interface.
  • Content that emphasizes vocabulary and phrases that someone travelling in a foreign country is likely to encounter.
  • Unlimited use of all 22 foreign language and 14 ESL (English as a Second Language) courses. So if you want to learn Spanish and Pashto at the same time, go for it!

To access Mango, click on the link from the Library database page: http://www.regent.edu/lib/research/databases.cfm#M. When you log in, you will have the option of setting up a free account to keep track of your progress.

One thought on “Online foreign language software now available from Library

  1. michsc6

    This is an amazing resource. I took two years of German at a previous college and was stuck between teachers that taught Southern German and Northern German.

    Mango Languages is a lot like Rosetta stone in many aspects. And now I can brush up on my German not only learning to read it but by saying it all at once.

    I can’t wait to be able to spend more time learning German, Italian, Hindi, and Korean

    Take advantage of this fantastic learning tool.

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