Libraries offer new resources for learning a foreign language or just brushing up your skills
Just in time for your summer study or travel plans, Duke University Libraries is pleased to offer several new language learning tools. For starters, we’ve pulled together this handy guide of resources
for over 25 foreign languages.
In addition, Duke faculty, students, and staff can now access Byki Online
, a powerful online language instruction resource. This new subscription to Byki Online gives users free access to flash cards, blogs, and other tools to help you learn or revisit more than 70 languages.
Whether you’re teaching elementary schoolers in Beijing, building a house in Vietnam, or studying Slavic culture in St. Petersburg, as long as you have internet access and your Duke NetID, you can take these library resources with you. Best of all, they don’t add an ounce to your backpack!
The Libraries are grateful to a number of units around campus who helped to provide access to Byki Online for your use. Contributors include the Divinity School Library, DukeEngage, Ford Library, the Global Education Office, and the North Carolina Consortium for South Asian Studies.
Sign up for your free Byki Online account
to prepare for your research, study, and travel plans this summer!