Salute SCLSNJ’s Spanish Language Resources This Cinco de Mayo!
Created by Linda Tripp, collection development librarian
In addition to physical Spanish-language materials at our branches, SCLSNJ offers a variety of virtual resources in Spanish.
Newspapers, magazines, e-books, and e-audio
- Hundreds of international and U.S. Spanish-language newspapers and magazines are available anytime through PressReader, and thousands more can be translated in Spanish. There is a how-to guide to help you create your own account.
- Digital editions of “Hola” and “Newsweek en Español” are always available on Flipster.
Online Spanish-language resources for professional and skills-based learning, reference, research, health and wellness, early literacy, and and test preparation
- LinkedIn Learning offers a variety of business, creative, and technical skills video courses in Spanish, simply select from the language drop down in the upper right corner of the screen.
- Salud en Español is a Spanish-language database that provides comprehensive information related to all aspects of health and wellness. Specific reports by topic cover all aspects of health and give important general information regarding diseases, conditions and procedures of various treatments.
- Referencia Latina is a full-text, Spanish-language database covering a broad array of subjects inside and outside academia. It offers content from a variety of sources, including 49,000 encyclopedia entries, reference books, general interest magazines and health reports.
- ReadyRosie features hundreds of quick videos that show families how to find learning moments in day-to-day activities.
- Recursos para hispanohablantes is a section of Learning Express Library dedicated to Spanish-language speakers offering GED, American citizenship test preparation and other tools.
Many SCLSNJ databases allow users to select Spanish for site navigation or use. See this tip sheet “Selecting Language Options for Databases and Online Resources” for more information.
English Language Learners can find more resources on the SCSLNJ Language Learners webpage.