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Study Abroad

This guide will take you through WSU library resources that are available to you when you are residing outside of the United States, and further information about cultures, countries, and studying abroad.

Language Learning Websites

There are many websites that provide self-paced language learning. Here are some of the most popular:

Language Learning Databases

If you have a public library card from Neill Public Library, you can use Mango Languages, a language learning program that includes video, audio, and text. Find the database by going to this link and entering your library card number:

Language Learning in the Library

The library has self-paced language courses and books on properly using different languages. Here are some examples:

Picture dictionaries are amazing resources for connecting words with images, helping your brain to form associations and learn language more quickly. The libraries have a number of picture dictionaries that you can check out. Languages include Spanish, German, Japanese, Russian, and more! Here are some examples. Find more in the catalog by searching for "picture dictionary":

The libraries also have numerous text-only dictionaries in your language of choice! You can also find a number of dictionaries in the form of eBooks! Here is an example of a print book on the shelf:

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