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What is this?

This list of resources has been compiled for

READING 766 CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS & LITERACY INSTRUCTION (K-12)

READING 771 PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTING READING PROGRAMS

and other graduate courses in READING. These are not the only resources which can be used for completing the project, but more as a starting point for your research.

 

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Are you taking classes online? You can still use the library! In addition to the online resources, we do provide additional services for distance education (DE) students.

Willie Warhawk takes an online course

          • Request that items owned by UW-W Andersen Library be sent to your home at no charge. How?
            • Use ILLiad (InterLibrary Loan) to make these requests,
            • Indicate in the Notes field of your request that you are a distance education student. 
            • You are responsible for returning the item to UW-W at your cost.
          • Use your UW-W HawkCark to borrow items from other UW libraries.
          • Visit this page for more information.

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