Databases are specialist tools which you can use to find resources such as journal articles. The four listed below are the databases we recommend you start with, but the full list can also be accessed here.
For help with searching for resources, use the video and user guide links below, and the Search Skills page in this guide.
The easiest way to search for books held in the library is to use the library catalogue. You can search by author, title or keyword. You can also use the library catalogue to place reservations on books. The majority of books relating to language and linguistics can be found on the second floor (Level 2) of Aldrich Library
The library also has a number of language and linguistics ebooks which are available on and off campus. Most of these are included in the library catalogue and can also be found in OneSearch. For more information about finding and using ebooks please see our Help with using ebooks page.
The referencing style used by University of Brighton is Harvard Cite them Right. Log into the Cite them Right resource below for guidance on referencing and bibliographies.
If you would like to use an online tool to help you build an online reference list we recommend using either EndNote or ZoteroBib software.
Watch and record freeview TV and radio. Create clips or make your own playlist using the huge archive of tv and radio shows dating back to the 1970s. BoB also includes a collection of curated playlists made by UK university lecturers on themes such as feminist film philosophy and law race and decolonisation.Go to Box of Broadcasts (BoB)