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Are there resources for students to learn foreign languages outside of taking classes?

Last Updated: Jul 03, 2017  |  91 Views
 
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Wayne State University's Foreign Language Technology Center (FLTC) provides media only for students enrolled in WSU language classes.  Current and past language learning materials can be found in the Library's Catalog by constructing a subject search like:  "Spanish language -- Textbooks for foreign speakers."  

WSU students, faculty, and staff can also search MeLCat for language learning materials (for example, the name of the language and another keyword likely to be in language learning products - such as Pimsleur, teach yourself, learn, textbook, etc.). 

Patrons are strongly advised to go to their public library (which may subscribe to online services like Rosetta Stone or Mango Languages, etc.) or have audio/CD's or video/DVD's that patrons can check out directly. 

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