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Reading lists - for students and staff: Home

Guides for students and staff on using our online reading lists system

Reading Lists - a guide for staff

Online reading lists: a guide for academic staff is intended to provide you with enough information to get you started on creating your own online reading lists.

It covers:

  • Setting up your profile
  • Adding the bookmarking button to your web browser
  • Linking to (bookmarking) resources
  • Creating and editing a list
  • Placing a scan request
  • Linking your reading list to a module on Blackboard

You may also wish to look at our guidelines for creating Effective Reading Lists.


Reading Lists - a guide for students

Online reading lists: a guide for students provides you with the information you need to get you started with using your new online reading lists.

It covers:

  • Finding items cited on your reading list
  • Jargon busting - what some messages you may come across mean
  • Additional things you can do with your list

Links to your new reading lists will be made available via module content on Blackboard.

Need help with your online reading list? Please contact your subject Liaison Librarian for advice.