Find your subject readings!

As you make your way through this session, you're probably being regularly directed to subject readings. If you're having trouble finding your readings, or are unsure how to access them, here are a few tips to help you out.

eReserveeReserve contains copyright compliant scanned copies of material including book chapters and journal articles that are not otherwise available online. They've been requested by your lecturer specifically for your subjects.

Finding eReserve readings in Primo Search is as simple as entering your subject code (no spaces), changing the "Search All" drop down to "eReserve and Reserve" and running the search.

To access the document click "Display resource from DOMS Digital Repository". When prompted enter your CSU username and password.You'll then have a PDF file of the reading that you can save and print as you require.

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