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Foreign Language CDs & Audio Books [Hagerty Library]

You guys should consider getting language CD’s so students studying foreign languages can have other resources outside of class. And books on tape and/or CDs too, for people who want to listen to something while they’re bored at their co-op jobs.

Thanks for your suggestions. We will certainly consider adding foreign language CDs or software for the future. In the meantime, students enrolled in language courses are welcome to visit the Language Lab (http://www.drexel.edu/coas/culturecomm/lang/languagelab.asp). We also encourage using LiveMocha (http://www.livemocha.com), a free, web-based language learning and language exchange site.

We are currently evaluating the possibility of adding an audio books collection, so stay tuned for more details. It’s always nice to hear that there’s interest. Keep the suggestions coming!

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