Finding your list
Your moodle module page will have a link to the reading list which has been put together by your lecturers. You can also search by module code, title or subject on the library website. If your module is not showing a reading list you should speak to your lecturer who can advise you further.
What's on the list?
On module reading lists you'll find recommended resources that your lecturer thinks you should read. Some readings will be essential to your module and some will be extra readings to enhance your learning and help you understand the subject better. Every resource will be labelled so you know what to focus on first.
Lists can include (but aren't limited to):
- Journal articles
- Audio clips
Click on the title to find:
- how many copies are in the library
- access to online resources
- author and publication date
- where else the resource is available
If you are ever prompted to pay for a journal article please contact your lecturer or the library. You should never have to pay for an article on your list.
Change the citation style at the top of the list depending on your preference. If you want to export every citation for the list, click the View& Export button, then select whichever file type you need. Choose RIS as the file type if you want to export the references into RefWorks.
You can also download an RIS file for individual resources too which can then be uploaded to RefWorks.
For further support, speak to your lecturer or contact the library:
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- phone: 01227 82 4888