Since our launch of the Mango Languages database earlier this month, we've had a fantastic response from patrons. Even better, the Santa Fe New Mexican profiled Mango Languages and an enthusiastic patron who is learning Japanese.
So far we've had over 400 users learning a new language, whether it's an English speaker studying one of 22 foreign languages, or a patron learning English as a Second Language from 14 different interfaces. You can learn this language using a public PC at the library, using the library's wireless access, or in the comfort of your own home or coffee shop. Best of all, if you create an account with Mango, you can track your progress through your polyglot studies.
If you're traveling to a foreign country this year, want to better converse with the international tourists that Santa Fe gets over the summer, or if you simply want to broaden your horizons, check out Mango Languages. You'll be exhibiting that Je ne sais quoi in no time.