Guides to bookmarking resources for your lists
Adding items to your reading list
Importing bookmarks from reading lists
You can import all the resources bookmarked on a published list already on the system into your 'My Bookmarks' page. Download our PDF step by step guide.
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You can search for journal articles via Summon - that way you can be sure that your students will be able to access them.
You can also bookmark journal articles through Enterprise.
If you find a book on another bookseller website, e.g. Amazon, that we do not hold in the Library you can still add this to your list. Library staff will identify this item as required for purchase when they review your list, following its publication. Once the book is on the catalogue an automatic update will ensure library availability is also displayed.
Although this video uses Amazon as an example, this also works on publishers' websites.
The relative importance assigned to a resource on our online reading lists system are aligned with the University's approved guidelines for Effective reading lists.
A library note is visible to library staff in the 'reviews' module of the system where stock availability is assessed. They are not visible to to anyone viewing your published lists.