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How can I find the textbook and required readings for my course?

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Books or DVDs which are required for your course can be found in the High Demand collection in the Library. (You can find these using Library Search)

Other required readings, including electronic journal articles and book chapters are available as "e-reserves" (look for these in your course materials on AUTonline).

The fastest way to find readings in Library Search and AUTonline is by your paper name or paper number.

Your course leader will also often provide information about your textbook as well as other required and recommended readings in a study guide for the course - this guide can usually be found on AUTonline, or contact your School or Faculty office.

Note: From Semester 2 2016, some courses may have all the recommended reading and textbooks collected in one Course Resources reading list. Your lecturer will tell you if this applies to your course and how to access this list through AUTonline.

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