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Italian Language: Getting Started

Using This Guide

This guide should help you start to discover the library resources available for your topic. Use the:

Reference Materials tab for an overview of your topic.

Books/E-books tab for more in-depth information on your topic.

Articles & Databases tab for current information on your topic.

Videos tab for library multimedia resources on your topic.

Web & Social Media tab for Internet resources on your topic.

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What is Italian Language?

Classic Cappuccino

The Languages program at San Diego City College includes the study of Italian.

"Italian is spoken by 65 million people primarily in Italy, Vatican City, Switzerland and Croatia. It is used by a significant part of population in Monaco, Albania France, Malta, in Eritrea and Somalia. Significant immigrant communities that speak Italian are found throughout the Americas (primarily United Sates, Canada, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and Venezuela), Australia and Western Europe (primarily in Belgium, France, Germany, Luxemburg, and United Kingdom)."--Website

This guide will help you get started finding information in these areas, including books, articles, web sites, and media materials.

Image "Classic Cappuccino" courtesy of Jazzbobrown and Ironmagma from Wikimedia Commons

The Research Process

See the Research Step-by-Step guide for information on how to do library research.

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