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ENGL 100: How We Read

Created for Professor George Shuffelton - Fall 2020

Catalyst is a good place to start!

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The History of Reading

While there are lots of places to look for scholarship on the history of reading, here are the two best places to look for resources useful to this class:

The Science of Reading

Psychologists study how people process and understand what they're reading. The best place to look for this kind of information is in the main research database for Psychology:

Education and Reading

Of course, educators think a lot about reading. The best place to find research on educational aspects of reading is in ERIC.