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Reading Lists: What is a reading list?

Getting set up and started

 

 

Benefits to staff

Staff find reading lists:

  • easy to create and edit lists
  • easy to add/remove resources
  • easy to ink through to modules on MyDundee

Other plus points:

  • a wide variety of resources can be added
  • digitised articles/book chapters are integrated with reading list
  • being able to write notes beside each resource/section for the student

Some particularly like reading list features:

 advise students the importance of each resource

use dashboard to analyse which resources have been used by students and which haven't.

What's it all about then?

The Library’s online reading lists service allows you to create a list of resources for each of your modules which are easily accessible for the students.

You can organise it in such a way that suits your module e.g. by week, by topic or by resource type. Any way that you want.

The lists can run for semesters, calendar year, academic year. 

Each list can have a variety of resources including, books, ebooks, journal articles, websites, youtube videos, podcasts. Anything that you want.

The list links easily with MyDundee.

A selection of Reading Lists books from the Main Library Mid floor 000-499, Jan - Nov 2017

Use the arrow keys to scroll through the book covers and select an image for more details, the library location, or to place a hold request in Library search.

Benefits to students

Students find reading lists:

  • easy to use
  • easy to access

All of their module resources are:

  • available in the one place
  • arranged in such a way that ties in with their module

Some particularly like reading list features:

 where students can write their own personal notes about a resource

a direct link to online resources

Reading Lists - top tips from LLC staff

http://www.winacc.org.uk/what-can-i-do/top-tips-reducing-your-carbon-footprint

Have a look at these top tips from LLC staff: