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Welcome and Introduction

Welcome to the Modern Languages Research Guide! This guide will serve as a starting point for your research in the field of Modern Languages. When using this guide, you can click on the tabs across the top of the page to enter different areas of the guide.

Databases - Use this tab when you are looking for journal articles relevant to the study of language and culture.

Books & E-books - Use this tab when you are looking for books specific to the study of language.

Encyclopedias & Dictionaries - Use this tab when you are looking for general, broad information on your topic or you need to define terms.

Websites - Use this tab for links to freely accessible content on the web.

Specific/Additional Resources - Subpages on this tab will highlight resources for specific languages.

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Citation Help - Websites

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Citation Help - Handbooks

MLA is the standard citation style for English.