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Reading

This guide provides resources for information pertaining to reading improvements.

Websites

Websites 

Read.gov

Brought to you by The Center for the Book in the Library of Congress.

Open Library

Open Library is a project of the non-profit Internet Archive. The goal of the project is to create one webpage for every book ever published

 

OWL

Teacher, student and parent resource to improve literacy. Information available for a variety of purposes, including GED preparation, ESL, job search and other essential tools.

 

Active Reading Module (Penn State)

In this module you will learn about active reading skills. These skills will help you to recall and apply information you obtain through printed text. Active reading has many benefits. First and foremost, it gets you involved in the material through previewing, reading, and reviewing.

Video

10 Tips to Improve Your Reading Comprehension

In this 13-minute YouTube video, an instructor talks about reading. Among them are such tips as: Always use a pen, sometimes read aloud and don’t feel guilty about skipping parts of books.