The University of Tampa Macdonald-Kelce Library


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Use Summon to search the library's collection of foreign language media and books.

Additional materials, including foreign feature films, are available in the Language Media Library, but users must go to the Lab to view them.

Please note that streaming media content is not indexed in Summon and users should search those interfaces directly to find and access audio-video files.


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Use Summon to search across the entire library catalog (books, DVDs, government documents) and most of the library databases (journal articles, images, newspapers).

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Another Way to Start

Use Google Scholar for a broader search. Set your browser settings so Google Scholar can let you know when its results are part of the library's collection.

If you want some insight on doing research at the university level, check out the tips and tutorials in our Introduction to Library Research.

If you find an article or book in Google Scholar you'd like to use that isn't in our collection, request it from another library.

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Call Numbers for Foreign Languages

The University of Tampa's Macdonald-Kelce Library has a wide selection of foreign language materials. Below are the relevant Library of Congress classification areas to explore. All items in the library (other than Government Documents) are assigned a Library of Congress call number and are arranged on the shelves accordingly.

HV 2474-2476 American Sign Language
PC 1001-1977 Italian language
PC 2001-3761 French language
PC 4001-4977 Spanish language
PF 3001-5999 German language
PJ 6001-8517 Arabic language and literature
PL 501-889 Japanese language and literature
PL 1001-3208 Chinese language and literature
PQ 1-3999 French literature
PQ 4001-5999 Italian literature
PQ 6001-8929 Spanish literature
PT 1-4897 German literature

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