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Reading Lists

Content specially curated by Academic staff for individual modules.

Access Reading Lists Online

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Your reading list is an indispensable tool that brings together everything you should read for your module.

If your head is swimming from the amount of references heading your way in lectures, reading lists are a brilliant way to help you start to organise your research.

The link above will take you to the Reading Lists Online homepage but you can also access your reading lists via the Moodle Virtual Learning Environment.

You can search for a list by module code/name or by tutor.

Library - RLO search

Reading List content is usually divided into two main categories of importance:

  • Core – Books, articles and other resources that you should definitely read as you progress through your module.
  • Wider – Other recommended items that will expand and improve your understanding of your area of study

Once you have found the list you are after, you can print it, save a copy, or sort and filter it if you wish.

           Reading List Toolbar  

Clicking on a title in a Reading List will take you straight to that item in the Library Catalogue.

Here is a quick video to help you navigate Reading Lists Online.

If you have any problems accessing or viewing your Reading Lists, click the button below to contact the Library and Learning Resources Systems Team.

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