Welcome! This guide lists some of the best resources for getting started with research in World Languages. You'll find information about books, article/research databases, journals, websites and more.
If you have any questions please contact the librarian by using the information on the right hand side.
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This guide contains information about the following:
Research Databases - Contains a variety of databases for use with finding articles, books, and other materials. Links to video and image databases are also included. Choose one or more databases and search for information using keywords related to your topic.
Books - Contains links to electronic and print reference books. Use the the OneSearch box to search for an item of interest and use the Map a Call Number box to locate an item in the Knowledge Center.
Websites - Contains links to a variety of websites on related to working with foreign languages, including dictionaries and language-learning sites.
The tips and tools described in the webpages below can help you complete your papers, presentations, and projects.