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 Key electronic resources

The key electronic resources for Translation provide access to secondary critical literature, such as journal articles, books, book chapters and dissertations, as well as to electronic primary texts and sources.

Particularly recommended for secondary critical literature are Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts (LLBA), the MLA International Bibliography and Translation Studies Bibliography.

 Online help and support

Training materials and guides

To get some help starting out on a literature search, see our video tutorials (right) on developing a search strategy and getting to the full text.

If you would like some help finding literature, or some assistance with referencing, please contact kate dot courage at warwick dot ac dot uk, the Academic Support Librarian for Translation.

 Useful websites

 Study blog

Keep up to date with developments and advice from the Library in our Study blog.

Can't find it at Warwick?

If you are looking for a book that we don't have in the Library you can search Library Hub Discover. This searches the catalogues of some of the largest university research libraries in the UK and Ireland. It may include academic libraries near to your home, which you may be able to work in, using the SCONUL access scheme and also includes the British Library.

If you find an item you think Warwick should have, we may be able to buy it, so let Kate Courage know. Alternatively you can ask the Library to borrow the book for you, through Document Supply. If it is a journal article, you may be able to get hold of it through Article Reach.

Your Academic Support Librarian

Kate Courage

kate dot courage at warwick dot ac dot uk
+44 24 765 28151

Kate Courage, Academic Support Librarian

Any feedback, concerns or questions about the Library? Contact your Library Associates.

Search strategy

Getting to the full text

How to access full text using WebBridge.

Quick links