Course Readings is the quickest way to access many required, recommended and supplemental readings assigned by your professors. Many of the items you previously borrowed from the Borrower Services Desk in the library to photocopy are now available online (including notes, solutions, articles, book chapters, etc.).
This system was created in an effort to eliminate line-ups in the library and at the photocopiers, missing or damaged pages, loan periods for many readings, and all-around confusion regarding your course readings.
Some items cannot be made available online for copyright or other reasons; these items will still be available from the Borrower Services Desk in the library. If you have any concerns about accessing your readings please visit us in the library or email us at: email@example.com
Accessing Course Readings
Course Readings only exist if your professor has created a Course Readings list.
You can access your course readings list two ways:
- Through MySeneca (if your professor has enabled this):
Through the library website. Click on the "Site Index" link, then scroll down to look for the "Course Readings". Or type "course readings" into the library search.
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