This guide will help you find books, journal articles and subject specialist information. You'll also find recommended websites and guidance on referencing. Use the blue tabs towards the top of the page to find the information you need. There are contact details for us and other departments too, should you need further assistance.
Information Skills Librarians provide assistance online or in-person for the following skills and more.
· Literature Searching
· Database Searching
You can also contact Librarians via email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Reading lists are composed by your lecturers. The lists will include the books, journal articles, websites, podcasts, programmes etc. that your lecturer wants you to read or watch. Your lecturer may also indicate blended learning that should be completed before the next lecture. These can be online materials that you can sign in to access. If they are print materials available in the library, the list will link you through to the library catalogue.
There should be a reading list attached to each of your modules. It will usually appear on the right of your module.
Click on the link to access your list.
Alternatively, you can go straight to the Reading Lists database here
From here you can search for a module name, a module code, a keyword, or an academic.