"I've been brushing up on basic French," said Susan Holmer, library director. "It's very simple to use."
The library signed a $2,000 contract with the language-learning company Mango after a previous provider, Rosetta Stone, stopped selling its program to libraries, she said.
Rosetta Stone spokesperson Reilly Brennan said its program is now available only for in-library use. "We recognize the value of the services provided by the public libraries, but did not feel that it was appropriate to continue to offer Rosetta Stone in this manner."