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Graduate Students Information Guide - Linguistics

Collection Information

Current Awareness

  • If you want to receive a Table-of-Contents alert of a favorite journal, find the journal's own website. In most cases, the journal will offer free e-mail updates for upcoming issues.
  • SpringerAlerts. Register for e-mail newsletter with tables of contents from Springer journals and for a new book e-mail notification service.
  • MIT Press. Sign up to receive email alerts containing information on the latest book releases or journal issues.
  • Blackwell Publishing group
  • PapersInvited. International listing of Calls for Papers issued by professional bodies. All disciplines are covered.
  • Other Current Awareness Resources

Services for You

Linguistics Liaison Librarian
Ivana Niseteo, / 778.782.6838
  • Library services for graduate students
  • Interlibrary Loans
    • Request materials Online
    • or look for the Where can I get this? link or logo in any of our online databases to connect to our ILL form automatically.
  • Get a free COPPUL library card for UBC and other university libraries across Canada.
  • Ask Us! Live chat reference, Reference desk, technical assistance

Bibliographic Management

Mailing Lists 

    Join LINGUIST to ask questions, join in linguistic discussions, find out about the latest jobs, books and conferences.
  • FONETICS discussion list

Submitting Your Thesis

Assistant for Theses

Find other theses:

  • SFU theses
  • Theses Canada. Free access to the electronic versions of full text Canadian theses and dissertations that were published from 1998 to August 31, 2002. Citations since 1965.
  • Digital Dissertations Abstracts
    More than 2 million citations, dating back to 1861, to dissertations accepted for doctoral degrees. Abstracts are available for all records since 1980.
  • LOT Dissertation Series. From the Netherlands National Graduate School of Linguistics. Full-text publications in pdf are free.


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