CORE Library databases offer options for foreign language interface to help you better navigate your search. This means that buttons, directions, commands, and tabs in navigation will be expressed in the chosen language.
Note that changing the language of the interface does not change the language of the content (book, article, video, etc.). These will remain in the language that they were published in.
EBSCO databases offer the option to select a language:
Here's an example of how a search results page would adjust if the user selected French (Francais) as the interface language. Note how the commands, buttons, and links are expressed in French, but the content of the abstract remains in English.
Articles in EBSCO databases are usually offered in several formats: HTML full text or PDF full text. If an article is available in HTML full text, you may be able to translate it into a different language.
1. Select the HTML Full Text version of the article
2. Look for a Choose Language dropdown menu. Select your preferred language, and then click Translate.
The D2L online learning environment at my.cummingsinstitute.com does not currently offer the ability for the user to select a language. All items in this online environment will appear in the default language, which is English.
The Canvas online learning environment at my.cgi.edu offers the option to select a language to manage the interface. This means that commands in the Global and Course navigation can appear in one's selected language. Course documents, HTML pages, files, etc. will appear in the default language of the online learning environment, which is English.
Here's an example of what it might look like if a user selected French (Francais) as the chosen language in Canvas:
You can use Google Translate to translate pages in the online learning environment to your chosen language.
Here's an example of what a content page in the D2L learning environment might look like if the Google Translate Chrome Extension translated the page into French (Francais):