Rosetta Stone FAQ
Q: How do I access the library edition of Rosetta Stone on my laptop or desktop?
A: Start at the library's Website and click the link to go to the
eResources and Databases page. Rosetta Stone can be found in the A-Z
list or in the Online Learning category. Enter your 14-digit library
card number if prompted, then sign in with your email address,
password, and the language you wish to learn. If this is your first
visit, you will need to select a password with at least 6 letters and
at least 1 number. Click “Launch Rosetta Stone” and follow any prompts
from there to begin learning your chosen language.
Q: How do I access the library edition of Rosetta Stone on my mobile device (tablet, smartphone, etc.)?
A: First, install the “Learn Languages: Rosetta Stone” app appropriate
to your mobile device. The app is available as a free download from
the following app stores: Google Play (for Android devices), Amazon
(for Kindle tablets), and Apple (for iPhones, iPads, and iPods). Once
the App is installed, do not manually open or launch the app when you
wish to use it. (You won't be able to log in this way!) Instead, visit
the library's Website in your device's Web browser at www.tcfl.org,
navigate to Rosetta stone, and sign in the same way you would on a
laptop or desktop (see the above question for details). The Rosetta
Stone app will automatically launch once you've signed in via your web
browser, and you'll be learning your chosen language on the go in no
Q: Do I have to pay anything?
A: No. Your local libraries have contracted with EBSCO and Rosetta
Stone to make this service available at no cost to our patrons. All
you need is a valid Talbot County Free Library card.