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Pronunciator: Language Learning Online

Overview of language learning available from Pronunciator through the State Library.

About Pronunciator

A woman of color looking to her left, with the Pronunciator logo near the bottomPronunciator is a language learning database that provides personalized language learning for over 160 languages, including the top 15 languages spoken in Oregon (per the 2019 American Community Survey). It also offers language learning for American Sign Language and Mexican Sign Language. You can follow guided courses or create your own personalized learning based on interests or occupation. You can also download audio lessons or phrasebooks for listening or reading offline.

The State Library is subscribing to Pronunciator for a one-year pilot to learn more about state employees’ language learning needs and how library databases may be able to support them. Funding for this project came from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) as part of the federal American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA).

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