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Languages / Literatures: Getting Started

Using the Library from Off-Campus

Many of the library's resources are available to you even when not on campus. From any location in the United States, you can:

  • Access library databases
  • Download full-text journal articles
  • Request scanned copies of print journals from the library
  • Get help from a librarian via phone (410-617-6802), e-mail, and 24/7 online chat via the library's website.

Just remember -- when you leave campus, the library and research librarians are out of sight, not out of mind!

Introduction

These pages provide access to useful information resources on linguistics and literature in languages available through the Loyola · Notre Dame Library.  Use the tabs above to explore the research guide.

Also see the Classics, Global/International Studies, History, and Latin American & Latino Studies guides on the research guides.

Please contact the Research & Instruction Librarians for further information or explanation of any of these resources.

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