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Keep in mind that you won't need to read the entire book. Often with scholarly books each chapter is a standalone topic, and in some cases books are collections of essays by various authors, related to a broad topic. It's always a good idea to at least skim the introduction.
"Online"/eBooks: clicking on the title will take you to a record about the book or lead directly to the eBook. If it doesn't lead directly to the eBook and takes you to the information about the book, click on one of the "Web" links to access the eBook.
Printed books: If a particular library and call number are listed, it's a printed book (physically available from one of U of T's libraries). If so, take note of the Library and the call number, and you may be able to request it via through the curbside pickup service. Have a look at the particular library's pickup point and instructions for how to request a book for pickup here.
1. Clicking on a title from that list will take you to a Library catalogue record about the book
(in some cases it will lead directly to the ebook)
2. Click on the "Web" link to go to the eBook, or if it's a printed book, take note of the Library and call number
3. PRO TIP: Scroll down to see what subject terms the book or item has been tagged with (as shown below).
You can click on each subject term to retrieve a list of other resources on the same topic.
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