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Recommended Academic Reading Links

Selecting What to Read
Academic English
How to Read
Note-taking While Reading

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Recommended Print Resources

  • Burgmeier, A. (2012). Inside reading. Intro: The academic word list in context (2nd ed.). Oxford University Press. (UL PE1128 .B8463 2012)
  • Godfrey, J. (2010). Reading and making notes. Palgrave Macmillan. (CC LB2395.3 .G64 2010)
  • Hart, S. (2017). Expand your English: A guide to improving your academic vocabulary. Hong Kong University Press. (UL PE1128 .H375 2017)
  • Jesson, J., Matheson, L., & Lacey, F. M. (2011). Doing your literature review: Traditional and systematic techniques. Sage. (UL H62 .J47 2011)
  • McCarthy, M. (2016). Academic vocabulary in use: Vocabulary reference and practice, self-study and classroom use. Cambridge University Press. (UL PE1128 .M33 2016)
  • McWhorter, K. T. (2012). Active reading skills: Reading and critical thinking in college (3rd ed.). Longman. (CC LB2395.3 .M384 2012)
  • McWhorter, K. T. (2015). Guide to college reading (10th ed.). Pearson. (CC LB2395.3 .M39 2015)
  • Olsen, A. E. (2010). Active vocabulary: General and academic words (4th ed.). Longman. (UL PE1449 .O457 2010)
  • Rothman, D. (2014). Read to achieve: Gateway to academic reading. Pearson. (CC LB2395.3 .R67 2014)
  • Zwier, L. J., & Weltig, M. S. (2010). Mastering academic reading. University of Michigan Press. (UL PE1417 .Z95 2010)


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