Online reading lists provide easy access to the materials recommended by your lecturers, including e-books, journal articles, scanned chapters, databases and online videos. You can also find locations and check availability for print books in the libraries from your online reading list. Not all modules use Reading Lists Online; if you have trouble finding a reading list, please contact your tutor for assistance.
In addition to the reading lists prepared for you, you will need to use Library Search to look for books, journal articles or other types of resources. Library Search is an online tool listing resources we have in our physical collections, as well as full text articles and eBooks in our electronic collections. An increasing proportion of resources are accessible online. We have guides to help you to search for and access the e-resources you’ll need for your studies. Visit our Help with Library Search pages for more information.
Each subject has its own resources, whether specialist databases and journals or particular audio-visual materials. To learn more about your own area, please go to the Resource Guides by Subject pages and select your school from one of the faculty lists.