Welcome to this subject guide for Interpreting, and Translation.
This guide includes information on finding books in the library, journals relevant to the subject area and other resources such as new acquisitions, journals, key websites and databases.
The University provides access to many online databases containing journal articles, and other information in a wide range of subject areas.
Make sure you login via MyUniHub.
Use Library Search to find articles, books, reports, DVDs, CDs and more. Highly recommended for 1st year students.
Translation and Interpreting book are on the third floor (starting at 418.02).
Use Cite them right for Harvard referencing. Here is a link to a 'sample text and reference list using the Harvard style'.
Use your online reading list.
Use the databases to also find articles. Highly recommended for 2nd, 3rd, postgraduate students, and researchers.
If Middlesex does not have an item; do an Inter-library Loan for £3 per item. Recommended for 3rd years, postgraduates, and researchers. Request Form
Want to watch a video! Have a look at BOB (Box of Broadcast).
To access electronic resources (e-books, e-journals, databases etc) you need to sign into myUniHub.
UniHub > myUniHub > Mystudy > MyLibrary > My Subject.
Need help with academic writing! See the Learning Enhancement Team, they hold drop-in sessions Monday to Friday, 12:00-15:00 in the Sheppard Library, on the first floor (during term time).
They can help you excel in your academic communication, whether this is in written assignments or oral presentations, as well as using information effectively and ethically in your work.
You can also book 1-2-1 tutorials with them or sign up for LET workshops (links below).