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TESOL and Applied Linguistics​​

Getting Started

Not sure where to start?

Have a look at our How To... page for our three part tutorial on getting started with your library research. The Starting Your Research in Media and Communications tutorial (Part 2) has examples of searches related to linguistics, but the advice is relevant for all subjects. 

You will also find guidance on searching Library databases, from some of our database providers.


Essential Resources

Full Text Databases generally provide the pdf for articles in your results list. However these databases also contain records of articles published elsewhere. You may be able to access these articles by clicking the Full Text Finder button, provided we have a subscription to the journal they are in.

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