Resources to read and learn many languages can be found on the Internet and in local libraries.
- Read Spanish-language articles on business, health, culture, and news from a collection of Hispanic magazines in the Informe database.
- Read the Enciclopedia Estudiantil Hallazgos en Linea, a Spanish-language children’s encyclopedia with more than 2,200 articles, 250 maps, and 1,500 illustrations.
- Read a newspaper in English or other languages. Find online newspapers from many countries around the world by searching the NewsLink web guide.
- Find out which M.A.I.N. member library has the largest collection of books and magazines in each foreign language .
- Use Pronunciator to learn any of 80 different languages conveniently at home or in the library! Pronunciator is the world’s largest language learning service and uses a combination of techniques and methods in a structured approach that focuses on intensive learning.
- Rosetta Stone’s innovative language programs have been used by millions of people around the world. Thirty different languages are available, which can be used in the library or from home with your library card number. Visit JerseyClicks, provided by the NJ State Library.
- Contact Literacy Volunteers of Morris County to arrange individual tutoring sessions to learn English at the Randolph Library or another public location. Use their list of favorite web sites for learning and teaching English.
- Learn English and other languages with books, CDs, and cassettes you can borrow from the Randolph Library.
- U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has forms and guides for immigrants.
- Borrow books from the Randolph Library that explain the laws about citizenship and immigration.