Emory College Language Center supports major languages (primarily European) on site and has a variety of training available online. They cover French, German, Spanish, Arabic and others. Your Emory ID and password are required to login for online services. Despite its name, both graduate students and undergraduates can use the resources the ECLC provides.
The Emory Structured Independent Language Study program (SILS) is a non-credit program designed for students who need to study languages that are not currently taught at Emory. Launched in 2008, SILS creates a structured, focused context for highly motivated independent language learners. SILS is primarily intended for students who have specific research- or project-oriented reasons for studying a given language. For example, many of our students plan to conduct overseas fieldwork or service projects. So far we have offered instruction in Albanian, Amharic, ASL, Bengali, Georgian, Greek (Modern), Haitian Creole, Indonesian, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Serbo-Croatian, Swahili, Thai, Turkish, Twi and Urdu. Any living language that is not currently part of the Emory curriculum is eligible for inclusion in SILS. Check for information on eligibility, application and fees.
The Woodruff Library collections also support foreign language training with a variety of resources including dictionaries and grammars. Check discoverE under the language name. To locate books and other materials published in various foreign languages use the "Advanced Search" function in discoverE and limit by language.
Hint: Check out the Languages Guides tab in the African Studies Research Guide for African language learning materials the library owns.
Hint: For an extensive list of Francophone resources, check out the University of Tennessee's Tennessee Bob's Famous French Links, especially those listed under "The French Language".
Hint: Check out the "Funding for Language Training" section under the Funding Sources tab in this libguide!