Course Materials & Reading List Service
Creating a Reading List
Please use Google Chrome to create your reading lists.
Publish your List
Publishing your list will make it available. You can also request library staff to review your list for availability and copyright. Library review takes 5 to 10 days.Detailed instructions
Add your List to eClass
Adding your list to eclass allows convenient access to reading list items for students and easy updating for instructors.Detailed instructions
Other Resources for Instructors
Library staff can help you identify library materials, or alternative sources of course material that is both online, and no-cost or low-cost to students.
Alternatives to print textbooks include:
- Open Educational Resources: we can search for open online textbooks, and provide you with a list of high quality options that are free to use and share.
- Ebooks and other online resources that are already in our collection: including ebooks, reference sources and articles in online databases. Most of these have no limits on the number of users that can access them.
- Purchase materials on demand: if we do not currently own an ebook version, we can investigate purchasing titles for our collection.
Librarians can advise about assigning online library resources, such as ebooks, articles, and streaming film and music.
Find the librarian for your subject area here.