Until further notice unfortunately the Learning Resources Room is closed due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation.
Staff and students can still access the University of Warwick Library.
Please note: The Learning Resources Room is for the Applied Linguistics staff and students only
The Learning Resources Room (LRR) is room number A1.06, it is located on the first floor in the Department's ‘middle’ corridor in the Social Sciences Building.
The current opening hours are:
Monday to Friday: 11:00 to 12:30, 13:00 to 14:30.
At times when it is closed, please enquire at the Applied Linguistics office (S1.82).
What it contains
There are 2 PC workstations and you will find equipment that can help you with your studies; there are also scanners, and digital audio recorders, the latter are available for loan.
You will also find the type of printed and other material that is not kept in the University of Warwick Library such as English Language Teaching (ELT) course books and other English Language Teaching materials - most of these books are available for loan. The LRR has a good collection of both internationally- and locally-published ELT materials.
The LRR houses the Warwick ELT Archive of historical materials and documentation on the history and development of the ELT profession from the end of the 19th century up until the beginning of ‘the communicative era’. This is for reference use by scholars and researchers in this field, but may be of interest to some MA students in Term 2 and at dissertation time.
Learning Resources Room
Warwick ELT Archive