Linguistics, TESOL & Translation

For quick access to high quality information for your assignments, try the links on these pages.

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After looking at your online reading list, try these to help with your assignments

Books often provide an excellent overview of a topic and are a great resource when starting an assignment.

To find print books:

Search the Library Catalogue (second search box on the page)
For each book, note the floor, number and letter code: FIRST FLOOR 658.00721 BRY - save time by taking a photo!

To find ebooks:

Search the Library Catalogue (second search box on the page)
Filter your search on the left hand side to 'Electronic Books'.  
Click on the title of the ebook to load the full record, then use 'Online access' to view.

If you want to search within ebook packages, you will find those most relevant to you in the next 2 sections.

• When you need more depth, use these

These sources are especially helpful for longer pieces of undergraduate work, including research projects and dissertations, plus postgraduate work

• Specialist subject encyclopedias

Wide range of topics covered so great for more advanced work including research projects and dissertations

Your Subject Team

 Anne Worden

Faculty Librarian


phone (023) 9284 3243

 Sharon Bittner

Assistant Faculty Librarian


phone (023) 9284 3234