Location: South 572 Ross.
The Graduate Program in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics offers students access to a computer lab that provides students with:
- Internet acess
- E-mail access
- Software relevant to students’ areas of study
Location: Fifth floor, South Ross.
Graduate students have access to the departmental lounge. In addition to being a resource that enhances students’ graduate experience, this is a facility that allows graduate linguistics students and faculty to:
- Enjoy their lunch and chat with their colleagues
- Spend time in a spacious and comfortable atmosphere
Centre for Research on Language Contact (CRLC)
Among York's research centres, the Centre for Research on Language Contact (CRLC) is especially relevant to members of the Linguistics and Applied Lingusitics Graduate Program because of its focus on the multi-faceted aspects of language contact.
Visit: www.glendon.yorku.ca/crlc/home.html for more information on the CRLC mission and activities.
Facilities and Resources for all Graduate Students
As a graduate student at York University, you have a variety of outstanding of resources available to you to help in your pursuit of a degree.
Housed in five buildings, York’s collections have more than 6.5 million items, 150,000 E-books and 20,000 online journals. Our world-class libraries provide rich collections, value-added services, excellent librarians and knowledgeable and helpful staff. Innovations include:
- Designated graduate student reading room
- Research skills workshops
- Online tutorials
- Discipline and course-specific guests lectures and workshops
- Ask A Librarian chat reference
- RACER, a library resource sharing system, allowing interlibrary loan users the ability to search multiple library catalogues at the same time and track the progress of their requests
- RefWorks, a Web-based bibliographic citation software and RefShare, a RefWorks component that will let you share your RefWorks folders with research partners or students.
The Leslie Frost Library on Glendon campus houses an extensive bilingual collection.The Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collections contains a rich research collection for curricular and ongoing scholarly research.
Visit: York’s Libraries to learn more.
York University Research Centres & Research Institutes
Enhance your interdisciplinary education with opportunities to participate in collaborative research. York University is the leading interdisciplinary research and teaching university in Canada. Working across disciplines and with global partners, we develop ideas and connect with policymakers and practitioners to create meaningful change and a more globally competitive Canada.
As a graduate student, you will benefit from York's 24 research centres and institutes, which provide outstanding research opportunities to supplement your academic program.
Visit: York Research website to learn more.
Graduate Student Conference and Board Rooms
Located directly above the Graduate Students’ Association office on the fourth floor of the Student Centre are a large open conference room and two boardrooms. The boardrooms can be booked for smaller meetings or study groups. The rooms’ availability can be checked via the calendar at www.yugsa.ca.
Contact: (416) 736-5865 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book a conference or for more information.