Module reading lists are available via a system called My Reading: look for the 'My Reading' button on module sites in Blackboard, or click on the logo below and search by module code. If you can't find a particular list you contact your Subject Librarian.
The benefits of My Reading include direct links to online content & the library catalogue; features such as filtering, searching and exporting lists; and the ability to set your own reading intentions. The following videos are viewable from our How-To Guides and Videos page:
NB. My Reading runs on the current and last preceding versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Microsoft Edge.
Each module has its own reading list: a list of resources compiled by your tutors designed to supplement what you learn in class, help you develop subject knowledge and expertise, and assist with assignment research. Lists usually contain a mixture of books, articles, websites and other materials and vary in length according to the subject.
Each item on a reading list is given an importance tag (essential reading, core reading, recommended reading, further reading or set text) indicating the relative importance of each item and the level of library access you might expect.
Not sure what the information on a reading list means? Take a look at our quick guide below.
The University's Guidance Notes for the Creation and Review of Reading Lists were last updated in June 2022. Further guidance is available from your subject librarian.
Launched at the University's 2022 Learning & Teaching Conference, you may also find our Toolkit for Diversifying Reading Lists useful.