Love your (online) reading lists

Your reading lists are your friends.  They are resources your lecturers feel are particularly good for your course.  They show you what to read and use first for your assignments.  Each item has a blue button alongside it that either shows you how many copies of a book are available and where they are shelved or takes you straight through to the ebook, journal article or other electronic (online) resource you need to read.  They make life easier and save you time!

Your reading list is often linked to or embedded in one of your unit’s Moodle pages.  You can search for your unit code or title on the Library homepage.  First select the “Reading lists” tab above the purple search box in the top right-hand corner of the screen (or the spyglass icon on mobile devices) and then search the reading lists for your unit.  On the Library web site, subject pages link to relevant reading lists and you can also search for reading lists by unit number, name or by a keyword from your unit title in the Reading Lists tab of the Search Widget at the top right of most of our web pages.

Assistant Librarian (Promotions) at the University Library. An enthusiastic advocate of libraries, diversity, inclusion, equity, and social justice for all, inside and outside the workplace.

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