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English Language Resources

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Welcome to the Library's English Language Resources guide. Use the tabs above to access a wide range of information and resources about English language learning.

If you have any problems finding or accessing any resources please contact us.

 

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Get the news

News image - License: CC0 Public Domain - Free for commercial use/No attribution requiredFor print copies of newspapers please ask at the Service Desk of any Library.

To find electronic versions of Australian and international newspapers look in the NewsBank Newspaper database.

In NewsBank select the Australia's Newspapers shortcut to find Australian newspapers such as The Advertiser, The Australian, The Weekend Australian or the Age.

Select Newspapers of the World to find  international newspapers.

You can then select the newspaper you want from the "source list"

 NewsBank search shortcuts

The Australian Financial Review is available via the Library database - Westlaw.

Links to News Websites

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L3: Language, Literacies and Learning Services


L3 LogoUniSA's Language, Literacies and Learning (L3) team exists to help all UniSA students develop their language, academic and professional literacies and learning skills while at university. Explore their resources and services.

For a list of free or low cost community-based English language classes available for UniSA students and their spouses, please visit the Community English language resources web page. These classes are generally not designed for academic language development but are aimed principally at improving the participant's communication and English language abilities.

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  • Oxford English dictionary online
    The complete full text of the 20-volume Second Edition. It includes the meaning, history, and pronunciation of 600,000 words— past and present—from across the English-speaking world.
 

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