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Reading Lists: How do I find and edit my list?

Getting set up and started


always remember to  to Reading Lists before finding your module. If you don't you won't see draft lists and other options.

Searching for Reading List

You can search by module code, module title, module leader and browse by school.

If you're wanting to edit your reading list, choose draft list. If a draft list isn't available, choose list. As soon as you start editing a list, a draft list will be automatically be created.

Editing a list


Use thee videos to help you edit your reading lists:

What if I can't find my module?

Has the module details changed? Is it a new module?

You may need to create a new list. (If unsure check with before creating a new list)

Click on my lists 


then complete the box (similar to below)

At select hierarchy, find the module code/title. This matches the reading list to the MyDundee module.

Top Tip

When choosing resources for your reading list, here's a few tips:

  • A long reading list can be off putting for students
  • Is it a distance learning course? Make sure that the resources you choose are available electronically so that distance learners can view their resources
  • It's worth making sure that you have the most up-to-date edition of key textbooks on your lists
  • use sections to break up reading list and add sections throughout learning materials in your module - see Adding Sections into MyDundee learning materials


Other options in edit list


Link to Hierarchy means the module code/details matches the module/details in MyDundee

As the list owner you can invite list publishers (e.g. other teaching staff/academics) who want to contribute to the list

It's normally the module leader who is assigned the list owner

students numbers are really important - this means that the library can ensure that we have enough hard copy books and/or e-licenses for the students on the module


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