Monday, February 9, 2015

FCPL supports preservation of endangered languages with Cherokee language course


Forsyth County Public Library is excited to announce a brand new language course available through Mango Languages, a leading language and culture learning resource.

Accessible online through the library website, and via mobile apps, this online resource teaches the Cherokee language and examines its unique linguistic and cultural history. Patrons are able to freely access the Cherokee course, as well as over 60 language courses including English as a second language.

“We’re always looking to connect our patrons to cutting-edge and relevant online resources. With the addition of the Cherokee course, we are now providing a way for our community to take part in preserving this endangered language,” said Laura Bradley, Program Manager.

To access the Cherokee course and learn more about Mango Languages, visit www.forsythpl.org, click eResources, then click Languages and select Mango Languages.

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