Mango is a valuable and relevant resource for library patrons across the country
Mango is perfectly suited to today’s library patrons.
Your patrons need resources that work for today’s active lifestyles and technology capabilities. With a variety of product formats and multiple learning levels, Mango makes it easy for them to learn a language how, when and where they want.
Our core system is completely web-based and remotely accessible, so patrons can access it anywhere they get online – at home, in the library, from a café – wherever! All they need is their library card number.
Mango is fun and effective!
Mango uses common, everyday conversations as the basis of each lesson, so your patrons will be able to start using and appreciating what they learn right away. Our comprehensive methodology includes all four key-language components (vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar and culture) and integrates strategically placed memory building and critical-thinking exercises to help users remember and adapt what they learn.
With a variety of interactive tools and a rich visual interface, Mango makes the learning process exciting. Your patrons will develop real, usable conversation skills after just one lesson, and be encouraged to keep going based on their progress.
Mango is easy for library staff and patrons alike.
Our system is built to be intuitive and requires no training, downloads or installations for patrons or staff. Technical questions are not common, but if you or your patrons do need help at any time, please submit a ticket for technical support or call our customer service representatives.
The Mango Administration Portal, or MAP for short, makes it easy to manage your account and track statistics, while PromoteMango.com helps you build awareness and increase usage with a variety of promotional tools and support materials.
Mango meets demand.
Mango includes courses and product offerings for the world’s most popular and widely used languages, and currently serves about 90 percent of the world’s language learning needs. We also provide multiple English As a Second Language courses, each designed for a specific native language, meeting 95 percent of the U.S. immigrant population’s ESL needs.