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Reading lists

We have created these on-line learning materials to help you get started. First you should sign into readinglists.salford.ac.uk and create your profile. Then add the Bookmark tool to your preferred web browser - this will enable you to quickly add items to your reading list.

If any of your lists do not appear in My Lists or if you need a new list to be created please email library-readinglists@salford.ac.uk

 

Your reading lists are available:

  • Via the link in your Blackboard module which shows the list for the module you're studying.
  • By searching readinglists.salford.ac.uk - you can view all lists for all modules.

With Reading lists at Salford you can:

  • Directly access electronic items from your reading list.
  • See real time library availability of print books.
  • Access online previews of many popular textbooks from Google Books.
  • Create a profile to save notes and set your reading intentions.

If you have any queries please contact your Academic Support Librarian.

How to create your profile

Reading list guide - create your profile

View your list and use the reading list tools

Reading list guide - view your reading list and use the reading list tools

 

It is essential that you engage with the reading lists system as it is linked to the Library purchasing process. When you make changes to a list we review it, look at the student numbers on the module and purchase the necessary number of copies – so if a book isn’t on the list it’s not in the library!

To update your list follow these steps:

  • Create a profile.
  • Install the bookmark tool in your preferred web browser.
  • Add items to the list – set the importance level to core for all your core items so that we purchase the right number of copies.
  • Notify the library about any items you want to be digitised by using the notes section in the Create & add to list form.
  • Publish the list so the students can see the changes you have made.

Full details are given our Reading Lists guide [pdf].

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