Find Rosetta Stone at the Library!
No, not the original Rosetta Stone that provided the key to unlocking ancient hieroglyphics, but Rosetta Stone language software.
Rosetta Stone has been the standard for learning a new language for over 20 years and has recently been made available to public libraries. Using a proven system to teach that immerses the student in the language you will can access 50 hours of language instruction. Learning is structured around core lessons to build reading, writing and speaking skills.
Available for PC, Mac, or as an app for mobile use, you can learn wherever you are. To use Rosetta Stone visit our library website www.warrenlib.org . You will find the link to Rosetta Stone under the Research Tab (A-Z Databases/JerseyClicks). If you need assistance accessing Rosetta Stone, call our reference desk at 908-475-6321.
Since Rosetta Stone uses voice recognition software, you will need a microphone to complete the exercises. Mobile apps can be downloaded from Google Play, Amazon apps, and iTunes App Store.
If you currently use “Mango” language learning software through our library, you can continue with your lessons until the end of the year when our subscription ends.