Reading Lists

Your module reading list can be accessed online using Blackboard.

From the Reading List button in the module’s navigation you will have:

  • seamless access to resources – Library Catalogue records with real-time item availability, full-text e-journal articles, e-books, digitised book chapters, websites and much more, with all resources viewable in one place.
  • a consistent description for your reading resources – all references will be displayed in a standardised format and your course lecturers may annotate the lists to direct you to particular pages or important information.
  • item importance and lecturer notes to guide your study space for you to log notes against each item, recording your study use.

Note: Although the reading list is online, not all the resources listed are available electronically. Some modules do not yet carry a reading list online. If your module does not have it available, ask your course leader to contact the Faculty Librarian to discuss providing this service.

Use our How to Use Your Reading List guide for further information and help with reading lists.

View the video below for more information about using Blackboard reading lists.