Reading lists - Students
Reading lists are made available to you through your individual Blackboard module pages.
Your tutors select all of the resources for your reading list, and the library purchases these in both electronic and print format (where possible) – So you don’t have to!
Use your lists to:
View real-time availability of print books – Our reading lists link directly to the library catalogue, so you are able to see exactly what we have in stock and where to find them within the library.
Directly access electronic items – Our eBooks and eJournals can be accessed directly through the list, just click the 'view online' link and you will be taken directly to the assigned resource.
Save important items for future reference – You can copy items over to 'My Collection', a private collection of resources that are easily accessible on your profile.
Discuss topics of interest and suggest books for the course – Each list has a student discussion tab and an option to add purchase suggestions. These can also be used by your lecturers, which can result in some great collaboration!
Discover other lists of interest – You can search for any other reading list in the system. Feel free to browse for other topics that take your interest. We even create bespoke lists for special events that you will be able to enjoy.
Current students can access their reading lists in the following ways:
- use the link in your Blackboard module.
- use the link at the top of Library Search to see all the lists.