To locate journals available through the library databases or in print format, consult the guide on Locating Journals.
For assistance in using Interlibrary Loan, please consult the guide on Interlibrary Loan.
Email: Use Ask-A-Librarian in the EBSCO databases or Ask a Reference Question from the library homepage.
Text reference: You may text reference questions to (318) 228-5150
Research Consultations: Contact one of the reference librarians at 357-4574 or Abbie Landry, library director at 357-4403/email: Landry@nsula.edu for help with the databases.
Archival Help: is available by appointment. Contact Ms. Mary Linn Wernet at 357-4585 or Wernet@nsula.edu to set up an appointment for assistance. Be sure to give her specific information on what you need so she can have it ready for you.
This is a selected bibliography of resources available in both print and electronic formats. Use the online catalog for additional or more specific titles.
Academic Search Complete- general database. Use Linguistics as a subject term and limit to peer reviewed journals.
JSTOR-journal archive which means that current volumes may not be available for some titles. This database contains 38 linguistic titles from the 1800s up to the 2000s. Note: unless you restrict the content to articles the library has access to you will need to rely on Interlibrary Loan to acquire those items.
MLA International Bibliography-provides coverage for linguistics. This database has limited full text so users must rely on interlibrary Loan to get most of the articles, books, etc.
Project Muse-scholarly database that includes content for linguistics. Note: unless you specifically restrict the content to articles the library has access to, you will need to rely on interlibrary loan to acquire those items.
World Cat--database which provides access to primarily books available in thousands of libraries. It will identify those titles available in Watson Library.