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Translation Studies

This guide is designed to assist students in the Translation Studies program.

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Welcome

Welcome to the Translation Studies LibGuide

demo 24Here you will find library information as well as suggested resources for topics related to translation.The Libraries have many useful online resources that are available any time of day, and librarians to help you with your research.

If you are just getting started with research, consider visiting the Libraries' Beginning Research Tutorial.

To schedule a research consultation appointment with me, please use the "Schedule Appointment" box on this page. We can meet in person, through Zoom, or talk over the phone.

For general research questions, please feel free to click on "Ask A Librarian" or the "Chat with Us" link/"Message Us" link at the bottom.

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Search Almost Everything via OneSearch

OneSearch is the default search on the Libraries Homepage.

Like a Google search, there is one search box. Unlike Google, everyone who searches OneSearch will get the same list of results (there is no personally identifying information stored that may affect your results). 

Google Tip

You can link Google Scholar to your Adelphi email account

Doing this will let you view articles from Adelphi University Libraries' databases by searching in Google.
Use the library link below or follow the directions to set up Google Scholar.

Set up Google Scholar

  1. Sign in to Google Scholar with your AU email address
  2. Go to Settings
  3. Click on "Library links"
  4. Search for Adelphi University 
  5. Check the box next to Adelphi University to add it as your library
  6. Click Save


Now you will see AU library resources in your Google search results.