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Mango Language Database: Setting up Mango Account

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New Language Database

Patrons have access to our newest language database to learn a new language. This database will require patrons to have a library card to access Mango either as a guest or register to keep track of their progress.

This guide will help patrons access Mango to set up an account to keep learning a new language.

Patrons can navigate our list of databases by clicking on the following link: https://dickinsonpubliclibrary.org/az.php or click on the icon link below to Mango language.

Below, this guide will help patrons either set up their Mango account or visit as a Guest with their library card.

Signing up for Mango Language Account

Creating or Visiting as Guest

On the login page for Mango Language, you have several choices to make.

  • You can create a profile account.
  • You can visit as a Guest.

Don't forget that an active library card is needed to use this database.

Visiting as Guest

Patrons can visit the website as a Guest; however, patrons are unable to save and progress while learning a new language. On the login screen, patrons will click Use Mango As a Guest.

To visit the Mango Language website as a Guest, patrons will need an active Dickinson Public Library card.

Note: The Pin is their last name, all lowercase.

What can I do as a Guest?

Creating a Profile

For patrons who wish to create a profile account in our Mango database, please follow the instruction below.

  1. Click the Sign-Up button to get started.
  2. Enter your personal email address.
  3. Enter your library card number and your last name for the Pin.
  4. Create a password for your Mango account
  5. That it! You are ready to use your Mango account profile.

This project is made possible by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services to the Texas State Library and Archives Commission under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act. (2021)

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