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This guide will help you find resources when doing research in Languages.
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Welcome to the Woodward Library Languages Research Guide.  Here you will find links to resources useful for research in Languages such as Austin (the library catalog), databases with journal articles, and online videos, as well as resources that will assist you with MLA style.

Please contact me using the information at the right if you have questions about any of the resources provided in this guide or if you want to make an appointment with me.


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