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English Language & Applied Linguistics: Finding Books

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Your reading lists


Most of our e-books can be found via iFind.  Our e-books are available via three main websites: dawsonera, EBSCO and Proquest. These tabs will tell you a little bit more about the three main databases. To login, use your 6 digit student number as the username and your usual password. If you need any help accessing and using ebooks, email us at

Using iFind

When searching iFind for a specific book we recommend using the author's surname and one or two key words from the title

Finding Books & Journals in the library

Most of the books used for the study of English Language and Applied Linguistics are located on Level 1 West of the Library and Information Centre (LIC).  The main classmark ranges for these books are P and PE.  

  • P      Linguistics                  Level 1 West
  • PE    English Language       Level 1 West

Most English Language and Linguistics journals (in print form) can be found in the ranges P and PE on Level 1 West.

Finding Books

To find where the book you need is located, use iFind, our library catalogue.  You can find a widget to search iFind on this page. There is also a guide to iFind at the bottom of this section and video guides on the 'Getting Started' page. We have also attached a guide on navigating the library to find your books.

If you would like to suggest a book that we could add to library stock, you can email us at