ALA Annual 2018: The DIY Library and the Share-Culture of Librarianship

By Michael Buckenmeyer |   June 27, 2018

There aren’t enough pedometers in New Orleans to count the steps taken at the 2018 American Library Association Annual Conference — as librarians from all walks of life gathered to learn and discuss what it means to be a librarian in 2018.

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New Year, New Design: Mango Is Now Faster, Smarter, and More Accessible Than Ever

By Lydia Koehn |   November 21, 2017

The Mango team has been hard at work on an update to your favorite language-learning resource. Take a virtual tour of the redesigned desktop experience and discover our latest features!

 

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Five Ways to Keep Language Learning Fresh This Summer

By Jillian Rodriguez |   June 14, 2017

The summer slide. That doesn’t sound so bad — we’re thinking Slip ‘N Slides, playgrounds, maybe a water slide or two. Think again. In fact, the summer slide refers to the summer learning loss that occurs when the school year ends, for students young and old. All that hard work you put in during the school year faces its archenemy when the lazy days of summer kick in and your studying slumps. But fear not, we’ve got your back.

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4 ways instructors are integrating language-learning software into the classroom.

By Jillian Rodriguez |   June 9, 2017

Innovative instructors are always looking for what’s next for their campus classroom. For language instructors, language-learning software like Mango can be the perfect supplement to their curriculum, adding flexible learning options, enhanced language practice, and authentic content to the classroom experience.

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How to Secure More Funding for Your Library With These Six Resources

By Britta Wilhelmsen |   June 1, 2017

If anything deserves a little extra cash these days, it’s our libraries. They provide invaluable academic support, creative literacy programs, and diverse e-resources (like Mango!) that keep their whole community going strong.

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How to celebrate National Library Week at your library.

By Michael Buckenmeyer |   April 10, 2017

Every year, our friends at the American Library Association (ALA) sponsor a week honoring the contributions libraries make to their communities, schools, universities, and nations. This year’s celebrations run April 9-15, with ways for everyone to show their thanks no matter where they are. Read on to find out how you and your library can get involved in one of our favorite weeks of the year.

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Why language learning is one of the best decisions a college student can make.

By Jillian Rodriguez |   March 21, 2017

What makes for a positive college experience? When students reflect on their college years, they’ll likely credit their success to dedicated instructors, innovative learning opportunities, great friends, and tolerable cafeteria food in the dorms.

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Calling All Academic Librarians: Here’s why we’re excited for ACRL 2017.

By Jillian Rodriguez |   March 17, 2017

Can you feel it? There’s a magic in the air that only comes once every two years. Academic librarians, you know what we’re talking about: it’s almost time for ACRL 2017, March 22-25 in Baltimore, Maryland.

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What is Cultural Intelligence (CQ)?

By Jillian Rodriguez |   January 31, 2017

Now more than ever, we live in a diverse, multicultural world. As our world changes, so does our definition of what it takes to be successful. That’s where CQ comes in.

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5 ways to highlight language learning on your resume.

By Jillian Rodriguez |   January 3, 2017

 

Calling all language buffs and culture aficionados, we’ve got good news for you: you’re among the most hireable candidates out there. We know that you got into the language-learning game for the love it, but all that that love could actually translate into your dream career. You’ve already put in the hard work, now it’s your time to shine. Did you know that language skills are listed as one of the top experiences that recruiters look for on a resume?

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