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Academics: manage your module lists efficiently and improve your students' learning experience

  • Create dynamic and up-to-date reading lists.
  • Initiate the selection and purchase of library material with a single click.
  • Harvest items from the web including blog posts, web pages and videos.
  • Organise and annotate reading lists to suit your module structure.
  • Ensure teaching resources are available at all times.
  • Integrate reading lists into your module on Blackboard (coming soon).
  • Increase student satisfaction with your module by simplifying access to material.


Students: organise your reading time, set your reading intentions and add notes to aid your learning

  • Access to full-text directly from reading lists, with real-time information on availability.
  • Annotate your lists with personal notes to aid your study.
  • View and filter reading lists by resource type, importance of material, and personal notes. 
  • View reading list material in any citation format - this allows for easy referencing.
  • Download reading lists in various formats i.e. PDF or RIS for export to EndNote.
  • Set your reading intentions and prioritise which items to read.
  • Provide feedback on your reading lists and improve communication with your lecturers.