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Where to Look? Browse these Call Numbers
- LB 1049 – Methods of study.
- LB 1049.9 – Reading.
- LB 1050.45 – Comprehension.
- LB 1050.54 – Speed reading.
- LB 2395.3 – Reading skills.
- PE 1122 – Modern English – College readers.
Selected Books in the Library
- College Reading and Study Skills,
Call number: LB 2395.3 .M386 2001
- Developing Critical Reading Skills,
Call number: LB 2395.3 .M55 1999
- Keys to Better College Reading,
Call number: PE 1122 .B34 1994
- Ten Steps to Advancing College Reading Skills,
Call number: LB 2395.3 .L345 1999
- The Thinker’s Guide to How to Read a Paragraph: The Art of Close Reading,
Call number: LB 1050.45 .P38 2006
- Work Smarter with Speed Reading,
Call number: LB 1050.54 .K66 2010
- 501 Reading Comprehension Questions, 1999. 4th Edition (2010) and 5th Edition (2013) are available in LearningExpress Library, Adult Learning Center (login and individual account required); visit Academic Help & Tutoring for more information.
- Read Better, Remember More (series: The Basics Made Easy), 1st Edition, 1997, by Elizabeth L. Chesla. 2nd Edition is available in LearningExpress eBooks (login and individual account required); visit Academic Help & Tutoring for more information.
- Improve Your Reading, 4th Edition, 2000, by Ronald W. Fry.
- Reading Comprehension Success in 20 Minutes a Day, # Edition, 1998, by Elizabeth L. Chesla. 5th, 2012 Edition is available in LearningExpress eBooks (login and individual account required); visit Academic Help & Tutoring for more information.
- Reading, Writing, and Reasoning: A Guide for Students, 3rd Edition, 2011, by Gavin Fairbairn.
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The following resources are intended to provide reading materials at various levels for practice rather than for subject-specific research.
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- Content Area Reading Strategies, from Reading Strategies for the Journey North Teacher from Annenberg Learner.
- Learning Resources: Based in California, this resource uses news stories from CNN and a California channel as the basis for interactive reading modules.
- ProLiteracy Education Network: Includes resources for students and instructors, in areas of reading, writing, and math, as well as everyday skills.
- TV411: Tune in to Learning – Reading, offers videos, web lessons, and printer-friendly documents.
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