How to Get Rosetta Stone Through the Military
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Rosetta Stone is a language learning software that allows you to learn a new language from the comfort of your own home. Currently Rosetta Stone is allowing the military to use their online software for free. This is an offer no one should pass up.
Access to the program varies based on which branch of the military you are in.
- Rosetta Stone is a language learning software that allows you to learn a new language from the comfort of your own home.
- Currently Rosetta Stone is allowing the military to use their online software for free.
Go to your base library and register for a Rosetta Stone account. Registration will be confirmed via e-mail.
Follow the directions in the confirmation e-mail. Keep your user name and password in a safe place or memorise it.
Log onto your Rosetta Stone account via the Internet. Air Force members can log onto http://amcclibraries.onlinelanguagelearning.com/en/welcome. Army personnel can visit https://usarmy.skillport.com. The Marines can access their Rosetta Stone account by visiting www.marinenet.usmc.mil.
- Activate your account by logging onto your Rosetta Stone account within three weeks of registering.
Rebecca Guevara has been writing for the Air Force for more than five years. She is a certified personal trainer through the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America and has been a physical fitness leader in the military since 2007. Guevara holds an Associate of Science in aviation operations and is finishing her bachelor’s degree in management.