Morristown, NJ – Have you ever dreamed about learning a new language? Now may be the perfect time.
Residents who have a library card can learn a new language at home or in the library with Rosetta Stone. The Morristown library is part of the MAIN libraries system that is offering this language product to anyone with a library card.
"Speaking a foreign language, even if it's just a few common phrases really enriches one's experience when traveling abroad or communicating with people from another country", said Lotte Newlin, Director of the Kemmerer Library in Harding Township. "Rosetta Stone is a great way to learn a new language or brush up on rusty skills.
Library users can access 30 languages from their computer or mobile devise. Click here and enter your library card number.
"Being able to offer Rosetta Stone is a major benefit for our patrons", said Phillip Berg, MAIN Executive Director. "Rosetta Stone is so versatile and has multiple applications for diverse populations".