You can access your reading lists via your module on ELE.
We think it is more important than ever to create simple and easy access to the resources you need for study to help you get the most out of the Library and get the best degree possible.
Making it easier for you to find the digital and printed resources you need is part of the answer.
We aim to digitise all reading lists in all modules in ELE. This can include quick web links to:
- Digitised chapters and articles (where legal)
- Catalogue references to printed resources
Each time we develop a reading list on ELE we’ll also check to see if the Library has enough copies of the most heavily used items for your module.
Of course, to really shine at your subject you often need to look beyond the reading list and find original sources. Don’t forget, every subject has a dedicated member of library staff whose job is to help you gain the skills you need to get the most out of your library and your study.
Find out who is your Subject Librarian is and how to contact them here.
Are you an academic? Do you want to find out how to submit your reading list? Find out more about the service from your Subject Librarian.
Don’t forget you can recommend the books you need for study to the Library. Have a look at the I want one of these scheme.
To find out more about the online reading list service, please contact the Digitisation Team.