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READ 3311- Literacy Instruction I: Home

This guide on literacy compiles some useful library resources that students can use for their coursework.

Textbooks for this Course

Literacy Development Journals

Recommended Databases for Early Literacy

 The following databases are useful for researching Reading Education:

Fluency Materials

Researching Literacy Instruction

Recentrelevant, and reliable databasesbooksjournals, and internet tools are important to academic research. 

Books: Starting with a few good books about your topic will help you. Books contain bibliographies you can use to identify key scholarship. Find books through WarriorCat

Peer-Reviewed Journal ArticlesJournal articles are the primary method of sharing new research in education. Peer-review is the process of maintaing reliability by asking specialists to review articles before they are published. 

Internet Resources: Reliable online tools can be very helpful, such as specialized searches like Google Scholar. Make sure you consider whether or not you can trust resources before you use them. 

Our Elementary EducationSecondary Education, or Children's and Young Adult Literature LibGuides will give you some more research clues. 

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Emergent Literacy ERC Items

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APA Resources

A collection of links to help you with APA. 

Composition

A collection of links to help you with composing your writing. 

Grammar

A collection of links to help you with grammar.