On the Libraries' website, type the name of the dictionary in the Summon search box at the top of the page.
Using the Catalog Advanced Search, type the name of the item as a keyword. Near the bottom of this search page, you can select multiple languages using the Language drop-down menu.
Foreign Language Movies
Syracuse University faculty and graduate students may borrow videos and DVDs for up to three days. Undergraduate students may borrow videos/DVDs for 24 hours with no renewals. For more information, see also the Libraries' Video and Music Collections page.
You may also borrow foreign languages movies from the Onondaga County Public Library.
SU Libraries has electronic subscriptions to a number of international newspapers. To see if a newspaper is part of our collection, you can use the Journal Locator and type in the title of the newspaper or magazine (for example, "The Guardian," "India Today," "Korea Times," "Le Monde," "El Pais," "Shanghai Daily," etc.).
You can also search for international newspapers using one of our newspaper databases:
You can also go to the newspaper databases research guide to learn more about SU's newspaper collections.
SU Libraries partnered with SU's Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) to build a collection of books in Chinese to connect members to their culture while at SU.
To locate the books from this collection, you can use our Classic Catalog; enter "Gift of the Chinese Students and Scholars Association" as a Keyword.
The spreadsheet link below lists the collection by subject category in Chinese and Chinese Romanization. Click on the sheet tabs at the bottom of the spreadsheet to view the complete list.
You can also visit the East Asia Subject guide.
CSSA was established to help Chinese students and faculty acclimate to the University by providing support services and networking opportunities. Learn more about CSSA at their website.