If you have ever wanted to learn a new language, the Mesa County Library is now offering access online to Rosetta Stone, a leading language-learning software product, for use by Mesa County Libraries cardholders on any Internet-connected computer.
Rosetta Stone offers self-paced, interactive instruction in 30 languages, including Spanish, Russian, Japanese, German, French, Mandarin, Swahili, and English.
It is available to library patrons at no charge via Internet-connected computers as well as mobile web devices using iPhone/iPad and Android operating systems.
Patrons can expect lessons designed to build reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills through activities that focus on grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation. Language instruction is available for various skill levels, from beginner to advanced.
Users interested in Rosetta Stone may find it by visiting mesacountylibraries.org, clicking "eResources A-Z," then scrolling down to "Rosetta Stone." Users may sign in with an active email address and their library card number.
Mesa County Libraries have offered Rosetta Stone as a language-learning option for several years in the Central Library's Language Lab. Because of the product's popularity, the library decided to expand its availability to library patrons via any Internet-connected computer or mobile device.
For more information go to the Mesa County Libraries website