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Prof. Nicole Rosen's Course in Winter 2022.


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the Linguistics Library Guide!

The Guide Aids Students to Explore Potential Research Sources: 

Databases | Multimedia | Reference
Includes key Linguistics databases, dictionaries and encyclopedias.

Indigenous Languages
Includes books, web resources, government publications, dictionaries, and multimedia that study Indigenous languages and language speakers.

Writing & Citing
A good source for help on writing essays, citing your sources & more!

Customized guides for selected courses.

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