If you are a starter in the field of EEG reading then this book should be your first step. It explains how to read EEG from the scratch. From normal, variants, artifacts to abnormal findings, brief, quick and covers all basics.
Costs: 40$ on Amazon
Atlas of EEG Patterns
If you have a good background about EEG and want to learn further, if you want to pursue your career in the field of epilepsy or if you want to be a professional EEG reader then this should be your next step.
Costs around 100-140$
Fisch and Spehlmann's EEG Primer - 3rd Edition
If you are done with basics and looking forward to be an epileptiologist, then this is your next target. A very comprehensive book written by one of the leaders in the EEG science Dr. Bruce Fisch.
Costs around 100$ on Amazon
Another comprehensive book for all what you need to know about EEGs.
Costs around 150 $
Online Resources for Epilepsy & EEG reading
EEG Atlas - Online
Free to use without a subscription, Dr David Strayhorn established this website to serve as an extensive atlas of different normal and abnormal EEGs. Don't forget to test your reading skills using the included EEG archive!
Interpretation of the Normal Adult EEG: Normal Patterns and Common Artifacts
A brief introductory course for the EEG basics
Free to AAN members
Electroencephalography (Free book from AES)
An introductory text and atlas for normal and abnromal adult and child EEG. Free access from American Epilepsy Society.
A free access journal from American Epilepsy Society.
Power point slides, prepared by AES for students and residents.
An Online database for epilepsy syndromes and underlying etiologies. Developed by ILAE, free for all users.
Epilepsy Grand Rounds (GW University)
George Washington University Epilepsy Center Grand Rounds Series