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This research guide will help you find language and literature resources for Spanish Studies at the University of Winnipeg.
You can search by title, by keyword, by author name, or any combination thereof.
If you specifically want books as your format, check the box labelled "Book" on the lefthand side after you have done your search.
If you search for words that contain accented characters, WorldCat will automatically search for both the accented characters (ñ) and the non-accented character (n).
Shortcuts for Spanish characters on an English Keyboard:
á, é, í, ó, ú, ý Á, É, Í, Ó, Ú, Ý
CTRL + ' (APOSTOPHE), the letter
CTRL + SHIFT + ~ (TILDE), n
ALT + CTRL + SHIFT + ?
ALT + CTRL + SHIFT + !
WorldCat Subject Headings
When you look at a resource in WorldCat, a list of related subjects will be displayed on the righthand side in a box called "More like this".
You can click on any of these to see resources on similar subjects.
Classic Catalogue Subject Headings
The subject search in our "Classic Catalogue" also works well for searching for books about a certain author or work.
For example, try searching "Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de" or any other author you're researching. You'll find a list of subject headings for your author. "Criticism and Interpretation" is often a very useful sub-heading. Individual works, like "Don Quixote", are also listed here.
The most basic search you can conduct is a keyword search. To do this effectively, follow these steps:
Identify your topic keywords: These are your most important words or terms.
Create a list of possible synonyms: This will help you to broaden your search a little, if at first you have trouble. You can include synonyms in different languages.
Make sure your phrases are written in quatation marks (e.g. "capital punishment")
Use Boolean commands (AND, OR, and NOT) to build your search query.