Wave Your Own Flag with Mango at the ALA Annual Conference 2015

June 11, 2015 / by Amanda Carnagie

At Mango Languages, we have many reasons to be excited that the American Library Association Annual Conference & Exhibition 2015 is hosted in San Francisco.

As language experts, we know that San Francisco is actually Spanish for Saint Francis – does this pique your interest to add the Spanish language to your communication repertoire? If you answered “sí” definitely visit us at Booth #2125 during the ALA Annual Conference. Our magnificent Mangos will be demonstrating the Mango language learning software. Come by and test out our mobile apps, get creative and draw a picture or leave a note on our giant dry erase board, and snag one of our famous Mango smoothies.

While we’re celebrating every language under the rainbow at booth #2125, San Francisco’s LGBT community and supporters will be parading in honor of the San Francisco Pride Celebration.

As a nod to the LGBT community and the events in town, Mango’s theme for 2015 is fly your own flag. Whether your flag is rainbow or red, white, and blue, Mango Languages flies over 60 different flags through our PhD-created and linguist-approved language learning programs.

Our broad selection of languages is not the only reason why Mango is the most loved digital-learning resource for public libraries – we provide library professionals with stellar materials to promote Mango, give access to analytical tools to measure your patron’s love for language learning, and maintain superior customer support.

Enriching lives with language and culture begins with Mango Languages. So fly your own flag and wave hello or nĭ hăo or bonjour to us at the American Library Association Annual Conference in San Francisco this year. See you soon!


Topics: Public Libraries, Mango News

Amanda Carnagie

Written by Amanda Carnagie

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