The full text of the TESOL Journal and the TESOL Quarterly is available to Aston University staff and students only. To link to the full text, you will need to click on the ‘Access to TESOL Journals’ link below. You will then be asked to login. You need to type in your Aston University Unix login. You will then be able to choose whether to look at the TESOL Journal or the TESOL Quarterly. Please use the back button to return to the page to change journals. You will not be asked for your username and password again to view the other title, unless you close the browser and/or start a new Internet session.
Please note: Aston University staff and students who use a Mac may experience some problems in accessing these journals in full text. This is due to the way that the original database has been constructed. Access may also be restricted because of local firewalls and this is often the case for students based in UAE and other parts of the Middle East.
If you experience any difficulties accessing this service, please email Chris Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org giving details of the particular articles that you require so that these can be sent on to you. Please note: If you require articles from issues of TESOL Quarterly, more recent than is available online, you will need to use the print copies and either make copies for yourself or use the serviced photocopying service if you are studying at a distance.
Access to TESOL Journals
The TESOL Journal is available in full text from 1991-2003 (volumes 1-12). The Library also has this journal in print from 1993-2003 when it ceased publication, and this can be accessed in person on 1st floor of the Library at 400 TES. Distance learners, part-time and placement students may ask for photocopies using the serviced photocopying service, details of which are given at http://www.aston.ac.uk/lis/usinglibrary/facilities/copying/#serviced.
The TESOL Quarterly is available in full text on CD from 1967-2003 (volumes 1-37), and via the internet from 2001- (Vol 35), please link via the Library catalogue. The Library also has this journal in print from 1979 to the present and this too can be accessed in person on 1st floor of the Library at 400 TES. Distance learners, part-time and placement students may ask for photocopies using the serviced photocopying service, details of which are given at http://www.aston.ac.uk/lis/usinglibrary/facilities/copying/#serviced.
Each student of the University is issued with their Unix username and password when they register with the University and get/are sent their uniCARD. This is the same as is used for 'Aston Webmail'. If you are unsure what your Unix login is, please contact your School Computer Officer.
Staff members are issued with their Unix password when they get all their University logins and email address etc. If you are unsure what your Unix login is, please contact your School Computer Officer.
The Unix login takes the form of e.g. Username: bloggsj Password: tesp+msc