Resource Lists provide easy access to readings and resources required for successful study at University.
They contain direct links to online library resources and digitized articles and book chapters as well as information about the availability of print materials.
Your resources lists can be found online and accessible where you happen to be. The Library also aims to make items on your resource list available online where possible.
Find your resource lists
Search for reading recommended by your lecturer
Resource lists are created by your academic tutors to guide your studies on each module and contain the material they recommend you read, listen to and watch.
Your lecturers may also tag resources to indicate their importance level to you, either essential reading, recommended reading or optional.
We call them resource lists rather than reading lists because they can include all kinds of resources, not just books and journal articles. You may find websites, blog posts, videos, book chapters, magazines, images, podcasts - anything you can think of!
Resource lists are intended as a starting point for your research and you will be expected to explore a wide range of resources.
You can search for your subject or module resource list in the bar below, or view your lists on the module pages in your virtual learning environment (Learning Space, Canvas or Learn).
You can search by:
- Module title
- Module code (if you know it!)
- Tutor surname
- Add a note for yourself about a particular resource
- Set your reading intentions to remind you what you want to come back to later
- Click the ‘View other formats/editions’ link to see check for more editions and eBooks for each title
- Read and download book chapters saved in your resource lists
- Tell us that a link isn't working using the 'report a broken link' tool
- Filter your lists by importance, by format or by your reading intention
Explore your resources
You'll be expected to go beyond the recommended texts on your resource lists and read widely around your subject.
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If you need further help find resource lists or resources!