Answered By: Van Pelt Librarian Last Updated: Dec 04, 2015 Views: 146
We do not have a collection of language-learning audio materials.
We do have many print resources that may be helpful in learning English. Additionally, in VCat, our video catalog, you can find films with subtitles in a specific language using the "Subtitles" facet in the right-hand column.
Purdue Online Writing Lab has a collection of online academic writing resources for English language learners.
There are also a number of free language-learning apps and products, such as Duolingo, lingua.ly, Bliu Bliu, or Livemocha. The site Lang-8 allows users to write short posts and receive corrections by native speakers, which may be helpful for practicing writing.
Some online language learners also use flashcard apps, such as Anki or Quizlet. Memrise is another flashcard tool that combines cards with mnemonic devices to build vocabulary, however its content is crowdsourced and sometimes of varying quality.