If you have articles you wish to have your class read, the libraries have a copyright-neutral solution: Lehigh Links. This link never expires, connects directly to the article within Lehigh's digital library, and can easily be posted to Course Site. (While posting article PDFs to Coursesite is a valid way of sharing materials, use of Lehigh Links ensures that student use of your course materials is included in the library's collections usage data.)
Directions for capturing Lehigh Links for course readings:
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact your subject librarian for assistance.
"Review articles" can play an important role as course reading assignments--or for students to use when they are doing research papers or projects. Such articles give a bird's eye view of the latest developments in a field or niche within a field. They can contain valuable bibliography.
The titles of these articles often have a more generic quality than the titles of articles reporting very specific research findings. For example, compare these titles:
Contact your subject librarian for assistance in identifying review articles for your class.
Some databases, such as Web of Science or Medline, enable restriction of search results to "review" articles.
One source (among others!) of review articles is the following database, which is dedicated to this type of article. (Tip when using: sort the search results in descending date order so you see the most recent articles for your topic.)