Search Resources for English Language
Welcome to the guide for English Language. Select the tabs above to explore the various sources you can use for research.
For notes on how to search for journal articles, check out the databases section.
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Call Numbers for English Language Materials
Most of the books on English language which can be browsed and borrowed are on level 3 of Central Library (CL Books), under the call numbers indicated in the table below.
If you're looking for a specific book, search the catalogue on our library homepage for the exact location, as certain books may be housed at other collections, e.g. Reserved Books/Readings (required readings, for 2 hour loan only) or Reference Collection, etc.
|Philology & linguistics||P|
|Classical languages & literature||PA|
- Last Updated Oct 20, 2013
Resources about English Literature
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- Last Updated Dec 2, 2013
EndNote (EN) is a software for managing references. It can automate the many tedious steps involved in organizing and formatting the references and bibliographies in your academic writing. EndNote Web (ENW) is the web version of EN, with fewer features.
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- Last Updated Nov 1, 2013
Resources for effective teaching.
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- Last Updated Oct 30, 2013
Automatically generate citations from databases and catalogues. Use citation builders to create citations. Check authoritative guidelines for citation cyles.
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