You should find a link to your module reading list from the relevant Blackboard course. You can also search for your reading list by module code or name on the reading list system.
Your reading lists will show you where each book is located in the Library and give a link to the e-book, where available. To find out more about making the most of your reading list, take a look at our student guide:
You might also be given additional recommended books in each lecture. To find these check the Enterprise catalogue to see if they are available in the Library or online.
To find a specific book search for the author/editor surname and a few words from the title. There is no need to type in your whole reference - you are more likely to find a match if you stick with the basic details. For example, to find this book:
Eysenck, M.A. & Keane, M. (2015) Cognitive psychology: a student's handbook. 7th ed. Psychology Press.
Just type in:
Eysenck cognitive psychology
Although it is not Library practice to purchase texts for each student, we recommend that your tutors request the Library to buy copies as follows:
Where there are large numbers of students taking a module, some schools reduce the pressure on reading list material by providing alternative reading, rather than insisting on all students reading the same titles.