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Resource Lists

Resource Lists are online reading lists. Resource Lists provide students with easy access to key reading materials including e-books and copyright-compliant digitisations. Course organisers can request library resources via Resource Lists.

Update: 12 October 2021

Resource Lists Semester 2 

Course Organisers, send your Semester 2 Resource Lists to the Library by Monday 18 October to give the Library sufficient time to check for availability, purchase e-books and books and provide copyright-compliant digitisations of key chapters/pages.  Use the online form below or send your list to the Library for review using the button at the top of your Resource List. Lists received by the deadline will be prioritised.  Read Manage your course reading 2021/22 (PDF) for information on how the Library is managing provision of materials for teaching in Semester 2. 

Term 3:  If your course runs in Terms 3 (11 April ‐ 24 June 2022), the deadline for sending your Resource List to the Library is 17 January.

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What are Resource Lists?

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The Resource Lists service uses Leganto to provide online reading lists for students and help Course Organisers manage the provision of materials for teaching.

Resource Lists: Help and guides

Help and support using Resource Lists. Includes short guides and videos for staff and students. You can also arrange a call (via Microsoft Teams) if you would like some extra help or have a specific query.

Information for Course Organisers

Resource Lists are the Library's preferred route to manage the provision of library materials for teaching. Resource Lists provide students with a consistent way to access their key readings via their Learn courses. Help is provided by the Library to set up and review lists.

Information for Students

Resource Lists provide quick and easy access to a wide range of course resources so you can spend more time on your course reading.

Resource Lists Framework

The Resource Lists Framework states that Resource Lists are the preferred route to manage library materials for teaching, summarises the service you can expect from the Library and outlines good practice.


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