Travel and Languages
Language learning materials, Schedules, Travel Guides, Tourism.
Contact: Reference Desk 203-438-2282 x1014 firstname.lastname@example.org
Foreign Language Learning Materials
All language learning materials are shelved together near the Information Desk, including textbooks, dictionaries, computer software and audio programs on CD
Try our web-based language learning programs from Mango Languages, made possible by the Friends of the Library. All you need to get started learning one of more than 20 languages is your Ridgefield Library card.
Also available from Mango: Little Pim online language instruction for children aged 0-6.
Audio language learning programs are also now available through the OverDrive download service. Find out more.
Materials in Foreign Languages
Paris Match (on magazine shelves)
Informe (Revistas en Español) Infotrac database of articles from Spanish and bilingual magazines and newspapers
Have you seen Wikivoyage?
Wikivoyage is a "free worldwide travel guide that anyone can edit."
Launched in December 2006, it is a project to create a complete,
up-to-date and reliable travel guide. The in-depth information is
gathered through the collaboration of Wikivoyagers, interested
people from around the globe willing to share their knowledge.
Each travel destination has its own page of information. Click on the Discussion tab to go to a
talk page where you can read notes and comments about that location. Of course, you are free to edit and contribute your own knowledge. Have a travel question? Ask in the Tourist Office page of Wikivoyage, post your question on the talk page, or visit the Travellers' Pub for more answers.
Try Wikivoyage to explore your next destination and to share your travel knowledge!
Tested and recommended by our librarians.
Destinations & Vacation Planning
Local & State Attractions
Geography, Travel & Culture
Circulating materials, most reference books and non-fiction DVDs are shelved together in the stacks. Print magazines and newspapers are on display or ask at the Information Desk. Audiobooks are shelved in a separate section.
Books, DVDs, Audiobooks
Atlases – 912 and at the Reference Desk
Travel Guides – Europe-914, Asia-915, North
America-917, Africa-916, South America-918,
Pacific Ocean Islands-919
Conde Nast Traveler
Travel & Leisure
Where to Retire
See also: General Periodical Indexes
Check here to see if we have any programs relating to travel and language scheduled.
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