Friday, 6 March 2009

WISER (how to become) for FRENCH & MEDIEVAL FRENCH

Very interesting WISER session for FRENCH resources at Oxford given by Nick Hearn and Katharine Bilous

It was also a complete discovery of sources for MEDIEVAL FRENCH with the IMB (International Medieval Bibliography) and le Corpus de Littérature médiévale des origines à la fin du 15e siècle, full of full-texts!
There's also an ANGLO-NORMAN dictionary on-line at www.anglo-norman.net

A few tips:
SEARCHING FOR THESES @ Oxford:
in SOLO: modern language faculty + your keyword.
or go to COPAC and search on the advanced search screen selecting theses + Oxford University.

SEARCHING FOR FULL-TEXT ARTICLES: MLA would be good place to start.

NOT SURE WHERE TO SEARCH: cross-searching on SOLO is a good place to start.

Made in France e-resources? SUDOC and Catalogue collectif de France or use the meta-catalogue from Germany, the Karlsruher Virtueller Katalog

Many more tips and help from
http://www.taslib.ox.ac.uk/education.htm
And soon to come: the presentation on the WISER Archives's pages

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