This guide includes e-versions of course textbooks, recommendations for library research databases, and links to relevant citation resources through River Campus Libraries. If you have any questions or need help getting started with your research, please feel free to reach out to Lara Nicosia, the Religion and Classics Librarian...she is happy to help!
You can reach Lara using the following methods:
The River Campus Libraries is happy to purchase electronic copies of assigned texts when available for course reserve. Some e-book vendors and publishers place a limit on the number of simultaneous users that can access a particular text. This is a decision made by the vendors and publishers and is not a policy determined by the library. It is highly recommended that you plan ahead for all course readings and "close" the book when finished so that all members of your class may enjoy access to the text.
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