Use the Library Search to find print and e-book locations.
If the Library does not have the book you want, you can request a copy from the Document Supply Service.
Key numbers begin with 4- for language and 8- for literature; but you should use the Library Catalogue to find books relevant to modern language studies at other numbers ...
A small number of reference books are located in the Reference Collection ring unit on the 1st Floor of the Library –
In addition to our print collection, we have a growing collection of full-text electronic books.
Use the Journal Finder to locate a reference for a particular journal article, for example journals such as ‘Asia Pacific Viewpoint’, ‘French Cultural Studies’ or ‘Interpreting’.
Useful print sources for tracing journal articles relating to German Studies are:
If the Library does not have the journal article you want, you can request a copy from the Document Supply Service.
Should you want to undertake a more thorough search for research materials/literature, try searching the following abstract and indexing databases.