Most reading lists for history are on the University's Reading Lists system. This gives you a single point of access to items on your lists including:
For a quick introduction to making the most of your online reading lists, watch the video on this page. For further help and guidance on using your online reading list, see our guide: Online reading lists guide for students
Find links to your lists from the 'Reading Lists' option on your Blackboard module/course content. Alternatively, if you are not able to login to Blackboard you can use this link:
If you are unable to view this video on YouTube it is also available on YuJa - view the online reading list intro video on YuJa (University username and password required)
Your online reading list provides access to the recommended readings on your module - including availability in the Library, access to online resources and scans of recommended chapters.
Access your reading lists by going to your module on Blackboard and then clicking on the 'Reading Lists' menu item on the left of the screen. Your reading list will then open up within Blackboard.
If you have more than one reading list for the module, separate links will be provided to these within the Reading Lists menu.
If you want to go back to the module 'home' page on Blackboard at any time, click on the module name at the top of the screen, above your reading list.
Watch our video to see how you can access your reading lists on Blackboard. (To enable closed captions, click on the CC icon at the bottom of the video.)
For more advice on managing your academic reading, watch this short video from the Study Advice team.
Here are a few tips to get you started: