Fans of Tulare County Library's Livemocha language learning resource may have noticed that it was recently replaced with the renowned language learning program, Rosetta Stone.
Rosetta Stone acquired Livemocha last year and is now making the
Rosetta Stone online language learning product available to libraries
nationwide. The resource provides level one teaching to language
learners interested in the over twenty languages available in the
Rosetta Stone program.
The resource is available to all residents of the Tulare County Library
service area who have Tulare County Library cards. Learners can practice more than one language at a time, though only one user is permitted per library card. To access Rosetta Stone from outside the library, learners can visit the Tulare County Library homepage at www.tularecountylibrary.org, select "Research", and click "Online Resources" to locate the link for Rosetta Stone. The resource requires internet access and, to complete exercises, learners will need a microphone and speakers or headphones.
For questions, please call Electronic Resources Librarian Amanda
Grombly at 713-2710.