Rush Rhees Library
|Articles & Books searches much of the library's content in a single search. Search settings can be changed on the results page. To limit to just scholarly articles, check the box for "Scholarly/peer-reviewed articles" in the upper left of search results.|
The following databases focus on specific subject areas of interest to Linguistics. Some may use specialized terminology or other advanced features not available in more comprehensive search tools, but they will identify only a subset of content that is available.
See Databases for a complete list of library databases. The "Browse by Subject" section has more database recommendations for Linguistics, as well as recommendations for Sign Language & Deaf Studies, Brain & Cognitive Sciences, Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology and other disciplines.
Articles & Books searches much of the library's content in a single search. Search settings can be changed on the results page. To limit to just books, check the box for "Book/eBook" on the left of search results. To further limit to just ebooks, also check the box for "Items with full text online."
UR Catalog searches also identify a variety of materials, not just books. Search results can be limited to books using the "Limit Your Search" pop-up.
From the eJournals page, search/browse by title a subset of journals available online.
If you are looking for specific articles, use the Articles & Books search.
|Word & Phrase Origins|
|The atlas case is located on the back wall of the room adjacent to the Rhees Reference stacks.|
|These sites offer, or point to, collections of machine-readable texts and tools suitable for linguistics research. Many will be free to use, but some may require fees or membership. Please let me know if you are looking for a specific corpus.|
|Library Locations & Maps|
These University of Rochester Libraries house materials useful for research in Linguistics.
If you have a citation (journal title, year, volume, issue, etc.) to an article, Citation Linker will check to see if the library has the item online. Enter as much of the citation as you have. If nothing is found, try again after removing page numbers and dates.
Even easier, try searching the article title and author last name using Articles & Books search.
|Managing What You Find|
To keep up with references and appropriately cite them in papers and bibliographies, consider one of these tools. Each will copy article, book and other citations from databases into a single location that you can manage. Style options include APA, MLA, Chicago, CSE and many others.
|Writing & Style Guides|
|Access via Mobile Devices|
|A mobile version of the River Campus Libraries website is accessible using Internet-enabled cell phones or other mobile devices.|
|Library Subject Guides|
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