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Last Updated: Dec 2, 2016 URL: Print Guide
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Selecting course readings

Why teach with library sources?

They’re easily accessible, free to your students, and multi-faceted. 

Using a variety of primary sources, research articles, and other scholarly works in addition to a textbook adds rich context that is often missing from tertiary sources.  Understanding the historical and social context can help your students not only master the content of your course, but also develop critical thinking and information literacy skills. 

You can also easily customize and update readings as the semester progresses in response to your students’ learning needs.



    Watch this short video to learn how to use Library Reading List.

    Or download written instructions (see PDF below).

    Contact a librarian

    Need help? Have questions or feedback?

    Library Reference Desks:

    Ammerman:  (631) 451-4830
    Eastern:  (631) 548-2538
    Grant Campus: (631)851-6744

    Or submit your question via email:


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