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LING 261: Intercultural Pragmatics (Bordería)

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Welcome!  You've reached the LING 261: Intercultural Pragmatics (Dr. Bordería) course guide dedicated to finding library resources in your subject area. This guide will provide you with resources and strategies to:

  • Find research articles in support of your literature review assignment.
  • Create citations in APA style.

If you feel like you need some additional help while working on assignments for this class, you can reach out to the subject librarian, Garrett Traylor. You can communicate with them via email ( or by setting up a research consultation appointment. Research consultation appointments are typically 30 minutes long, and take place either in Garrett's office (Library 222) or virtually. More of their contact information can be found in a box to the left.

Benefits of Creating an Account

When conducting research, you will use our library search, OneSearch. This research guide will walk you through steps on how to best use OneSearch for your research purposes. Before we delve into how to locate the library's resources using OneSearch, it is recommended that you sign in.

Although it is not required that you sign in with OneSearch, it is recommended that you do for several reasons:

  • Renew items on your account
  • Create a list of your favorite items 
  • Export citations
  • View full search results (some databases only show results when you're signed in)
  • Request items from I-Share

Sign in locationTo sign in, you simply need to use your Augustana network ID and password. When you are on your computer, you can locate the sign in option in the upper right-hand corner. You may also click on the "Menu" option, and then click on "Library Card."