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Modern Languages and Applied Linguistics: Books

Welcome to the Glucksman Library guide supporting The School of Modern Languages and Applied Linguistics in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Finding Books

Most printed material related to Languages and Literature, including French, Spanish, German and Japanese can be found on the second floor of the Glucksman Library. 

Languages are at 400,  Literature and Writing are at 800

 

LION - Literature Online & MLA Databases

MAKING USE OF 'LION'

How can I find A book?

Use the Library Search to find books, you can limit your search using the drop down options on the right hand side of the search box to just search for books both print and electronic. You can further refine your search using the facet options on the left hand side of the screen, limiting your search to "On the Shelf"  will only list items that are actually on the library shelves at that time and therefore should be available to borrow.

Alternatively If you limit your search to the option ‘Glucksman Library’ this will list all items even those out on loan.

References for Modern Languages and Applied Linguistics

Reference items are helpful for finding background information; definitions and spelling; facts and figures; translations; statistics and topical overviews of subjects. Reference books can be found both in print and online.

Useful online reference material for Modern Languages and Applied Linguistics include

Cannot Find What You Are Looking For?

If the book is out on loan, you can place a request on it, if there are no other copies available to borrow.

Borrowing from other libraries?  Request an Interlibrary Loan - Available to Staff, Postgraduates & 4th Year Undergraduates ONLY.

Recommend a book? - Contact the Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences Librarian if you would like to recommend a book we should buy for the library.

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