Moreland libraries have many resources and programs to help you learn English and other languages. If you are interested in learning about which library has items in your language, you can see this on our Languages other than English page,
Conversation Cafe sessions will start 3 May 2022.
Conversation Cafe is a weekly social group for adults who speak English as a second language and anyone interested in participating in intercultural conversation practice. These informal sessions are free. Register for the Online conversation club using our Online English Conversation Club page on Eventbrite.
Conversation Cafe does not meet during the school holidays.
- Glenroy Library on Tuesdays at 2 pm
- Coburg Library on Wednesdays at 2pm
- Online sessions using Microsoft Teams on Thursdays at 1pm (you need to register for these sessions using our Online English Conversation Club page on Eventbrite)
- Glenroy Library on Thursdays at 7:30pm
- Fawkner Library on Fridays at 2pm
You can find out where our libraries are located on our Visit or contact us at the Library page.
International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
We offer access to an online preparation and practice resource for learning how to read, write and speak English. This preparation and practice resource is called Road to IELTS. The resource is available at two levels which you can learn about on the Clarity English website:
- learn about the 'general' level on the Clarity English website
- learn about the 'academic' level on the Clarity English website
You will need to login with your full library card number (A20003xxxxxxxxxB). Your password is your date of birth in eight numbers (ddmmyyyy).
You can also watch a video explaining more about Road to IELTS and how to use it on the Moreland City Libraries YouTube channel.
Learn another language
If you are looking to learn and prepare for realistic conversations and communication in a new language, we recommend using the tools on the Mango languages website. The tools on this site are available in over 70 world languages including Spanish, French, Greek, Italian, and English.
We also have a range of resources to help you learn a language. You can search the library catalogue and see what is available on our Libero website.