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Resource Lists

Creating and amending Resource Lists for Academic staff

Resource Lists are an online application for instructors, library staff, and students to collaboratively create, manage, and view reading lists for academic courses. Library staff will be pleased to assist you in keeping your list updated, adding or removing content, and advising on digitisations, e-book queries and any related matters. E-mail details to 



Resource lists show the location and availability of print & physical items, and the links to electronic books, digitisations, journal articles, websites, and other documents.

  • Items on a list may be tagged as 'Essential', 'Recommended', 'Further reading', or 'Recommended for purchase'.  Where items are tagged as 'Essential', the Library will give these priority attention, and aim to purchase in E-format if possible.

  • If you would like to amend the list yourself, please see the training resources below.

  • Note that Digitizations may be requested from within the Resource Lists using the 'Digitization Request' option in the full citation details.

  • When the list is ready, please 'Publish' it (see option next to Edit, at top right of list), and then Click on the 'Library Review' button, which will send the List to Library staff for content checking, digitizations and purchasing


Training Resources