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User guide for the language lab 3 library

The inventory of learning resources is listed in our database in the self-study area (Learning labs 3 and 4), on the “M: Media” hard drive. Additionally, the data is currently being included in the UB catalogue. In order to find the media available in the language lab 3 library in this catalogue, use the search string “Standort Sprachlabor 3” and add the German term for the language you are interested in (e.g. “Standord Sprachlabor 3 Spanisch”). Our database on the “M: Media” drive offers a short description of each book, its structure, contents, covered proficiency levels as well as additional available materials.
 

Languages
Below you can find a list of languages for which there are resources available in the language lab 3 library. Each language is labeled by an abbreviation.

Ar

Arabic

F

French

Ja

Japanese

Okz

Occitan

Th

Thai

Bas

Basque

Fri

Frisian

Kat

Catalan

Ps

Persian

Ti

Tibetan

Bre

Breton

Gae

Gaelic

Ko

Korean

Pl

Polish

Tch

Czech

Bul

Bulgarian

Geo

Georgian

Kor

Corsican

P

Portuguese

Turkish

C

Chinese

Gr

Greek

Kre

Creole

Rät

Romansh

Ug

Hungarian

Danish

He

Hebrew

Kro

Croatian

Rum

Rumanian

U

Ukrainian

D

German

Hd

Hindi

Kym

Welsh

R

Russian

   

E

English

Ir

Irish

Lux

Luxembourgish

Sar

Sardinian

   

Esp

Esperanto

In

Indonesian

Man

Manx

Sw

Swedish

   

Fär

Faroese

Is

Icelandic

Nl

Dutch

S

Spanish

   

Fi

Finnish

I

Italian

No

Norwegian

Swa

Swahili

   

 

Shelf marks
Our catalogue system helps you find the right resource. It provides information about the type of material and competences that stand in focus. The shelf mark is the key feature to choose and borrow the right resource. It consists of an abbreviated denomination of the language and further numbers and letters; the first number denotes the type of resource (language course for beginners/advanced learners, grammar book, phonology handbook, listening comprehension etc.).


Here are some examples showing how to understand a shelf mark.

D

10 /

4,

1,

Kurs

(Tangram aktuell 1)

D

20 /

3a,

B2,

Arbe

(Mittelpunkt neu B2)

D

50 /

2

   

(Phonetik aktuell)

Language code

Category

Progressive number

Level

Component (student’s book, workbook)

(Title)


And here you may see which type of resource is represented by which number.

Shelf mark begins with…

Category

1

Dictionaries

10

Course books for beginners or all levels

15

Self-teaching materials for beginners or all levels

20

Course books for intermediate and advanced learners

25

Self-teaching materials for intermediate and advanced learners

30

Grammar books for beginners or for all levels

40

Grammar books for intermediate and advanced learners

47

Communicative competence

45

Exercises

50

Phonetics

55

Speaking skills, oral expression

60

Listening skills; audio books

65

Reading skills, reading material

67

Writing skills; vocabulary

70

Language for special purposes (LSP)

71

LSP: natural sciences, technology

72

LSP: economy, finance, law

75

Deutsch for professional purposes

80

Culture, life and institutions, entertainment, literature

90

Practising for language tests

 

Further information

For further information on resources and shelf marks, please turn to the member of the staff at the main desk in language lab 3.

 

 

 

 

 

Kontakt

info@sli.uni-freiburg.de
Phone:  0049 761 203 3224
Fax: 0049 761 203 3516


Sprachlehrinstitut der Philologischen Fakultät der Albert-Ludwigs Universität Freiburg
Universitätstr. 5
79098 Freiburg
Germany
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