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Reading Lists Online

Advantages of Reading Lists Online

Advantages of Reading Lists Online

  • Easily accessible through Moodle or the Reading Lists Online website
  • Less time taken in searching iDiscover and more time reading
  • Digitised/scanned chapters sit right in the reading lists and are quickly available
  • Lists can be filtered - for example, by priority
  • You can create your own bibliography of useful resources and export them in the referencing style that suits you to a Word Document

READING LISTS ONLINEInformation for Students

Reading Lists Online provide easy access to your course reading lists. They show the location and availability of print books and link to electronic books, articles and websites, videos and digitised chapters.

Items on a list may be tagged with ‘Essential’, ‘Recommended’ or ‘Further reading’. Any essential or recommended items will be given priority by libraries when purchasing copies (usually in e-format).


FAQs contents

How do I find my reading lists?

Accessing a list from Moodle


Search for a list in Reading Lists Online


Accessing items on a reading list

How can I use the lists?

Filtering for essential items

Searching for a specific item

Browse a list

Export a reading list into a bibliography

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