LEARN A LANGUAGE!
NMCSD General Library
The NMCSD General Library has various language audios and books. Pashto, Dari, Farsi, Arabic, Japanese, and Latin American Spanish programs are among those available in the Library for checkout now.
MWR Navy Digital Library
The Navy and Department of Defense have resources for active duty sailors and Marines, accessed through MWR Digital Library. Explore an array of products, including: Transparent Language, a program that you can use at your own pace and the level you would like to learn. Optimized for touchscreen use on Android tablets and iPads, Transparent Language Online works on virtually any Internet-connected device or computer.
The Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center not only has field support modules for active duty military, but now provides independent learner material for non-DOD civilians.
The Joint Language University is a language training portal serving the U.S. Government. Whether you want to acquire, maintain, enhance, or refresh your language skills, there you find the materials you need. Explore the site and see what they have to offer.
NMCSD General Library
Behind the front desk are a collection of audio CD and Playaway units for language learning, in addition to the books in the General Library. English, sign language and foreign language books are in the 400+ section of the nonfiction books.
The Internet has various free sites for language learning. For instance, BBC Languages has audio and video programs.
The Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center not only has field support modules for active duty military, but now provides independent learner material for non-DOD civilians. Visit and choose what language you want to learn!
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