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(All information as supplied via EBSCO/Rosetta Stone)
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Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Dari, Dutch, English (American & British), Filipino (Tagalog), French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Pashto, Persian (Farsi), Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish (Latin America & Spain), Swahili, Swedish, Turkish, Urdu and Vietnamese
Rosetta Stone had a program for some endangered languages like Chicasaw, Navajo and others, for more information ask librarian Ed Rock. Also, check the next column.
In order to get your language-learning experience off to a strong start, it is important to ensure that your computer meets the Rosetta Stone® system requirements. To access a full description of these system requirements, click HERE.
Rosetta Stone® speech-recognition technology is a key element of our language-learning solution. In order to utilize this feature, you'll need a USB device equipped with a microphone: either a USB headset or USB earbuds.
For best results, the device should be certified for speech recognition, either by the vendor or a third party.
We recommend that it have a directional microphone and noise-cancellation capability. The microphone part of the device should easily adjust into a consistent position, one to two inches from the corner of your mouth.
The recommended USB headset microphone listed here has passed Rosetta Stone quality-assurance tests for speech recognition. It's compatible with both Windows and Macintosh operating systems.
Note: This microphone recommendation is based on laboratory testing. Computer systems and user environments may vary, which could impact microphone performance.