Answered By: Harry L. Whitlock II Last Updated: Jun 26, 2017 Views: 23
Yes. Through the OneClick Digital collection of audiobooks you may download and listen to novels and non-fiction read in Spanish. This link to the Audiobooks library guide will get you started on accessing the OneClick Digital collection.
To browse the Spanish language audiobooks available through OneClick Digital, click on the "Browse" button on the main page, then select "Advanced Search." A box of search options will pop-up. Locate the "All Language" button and click it. Select "Spanish" (or any of the other languages). Click the "Search" button in the lower-right corner. All the audiobooks that are available in Spanish will be listed.
There are Spanish language instruction books available through OneClick Digital. In the search box on the main page, simply type "Spanish." The available texts from Pimsleur will be displayed in the search results. Other languages such as French, German, Russian, and Italian are also available.
In addition to the audiobooks available through OneClick, the UW Libraries have a few CDs that are recordings or lectures in Spanish. These are located in Coe Library on Level 1. Click this link to run a search of available material.
Spanish-language scholarly works, novels, poetry, and non-fiction are available on Level 3 of Coe Library. Click this link to run a search of these types of texts (Note: some of these texts are in English and Spanish).
Finally, UW Libraries offer a database called "Mango" that provides multimedia Spanish (and other languages) instruction. Click this link to access Mango Languages. "Duolingo" is another database with Spanish content. This link will take you to Duolingo.
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