Tekster merket med "K" er samlet i kompendium, Tekster merket med "B" er bøker som må kjøpes (for eksempel i Akademika), tekster merket med "F" blir lagt ut i fronter ved semesterstart, og tekster merket med "Lenke" finnes elektronisk gjennom bibliotekets baser.

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