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Reading Lists

This guide provides information about creating reading lists

Exercise caution: Compliance with Standards, Copyright, Licences

The Library may not use uploaded files if:

They do not comply with Disability Standards for Education (Disability Discrimination Act), such as photocopied chapters.

They do not comply with the educational exemptions of the Copyright Act.

Subscribed licensed content is available,

Web resources are freely available.

The Disability Standards for Education 2005 clarify the obligations of education and training providers, and seek to ensure that students with disability can access and participate in education on the same basis as students without disability.

Adding books, journal articles, etc, automatically

To add a resource, click on the  ADD ITEMS +  icon.

Use this search box to search for any item in the Library's physical or electronic collections such as articles, e-books and e-book chapters - or select "include records without full text access" to find material that you would like us to source for you:

Add citations selecting and dragging to the position in your list, or click Add. 

You can use Add & Edit to add notes or update the citation.

The citation will automatically include any links to full text and information about availability in the library. 

Are you using the library catalogue search?

When using the catalogue Library Search choose Reading List to add it to the list.

Adding material which is not in the Library collection

To add an item not held, select Include records without full-text access, then search, and select a record to add.

Or if you cannot find a record click on the  ADD ITEMS +  icon, then select the Blank Form or Upload a File option.

Choose the Type item, select Add.

When the Library processes your list they will try to locate journal articles or purchase e-books.

For a further option for adding content, see "Using Cite it to add Web Resources".

 

Exercise caution: Compliance with Standards, Copyright, Licences

The Library may not use uploaded files if:

They do not comply with Disability Standards for Education (Disability Discrimination Act), such as photocopied chapters.

They do not comply with the educational exemptions of the Copyright Act.

Subscribed licensed content is available,

Web resources are freely available.

The Disability Standards for Education 2005 clarify the obligations of education and training providers, and seek to ensure that students with disability can access and participate in education on the same basis as students without disability.

Adding items from your reference manager

You can import a list of items from your reference manager by exporting them in RIS format. 

Click on ... icon then click Import.

You can drag an RIS file to the yellow box or click in it to browse. Select the RIS file and click Open.

To import the file click Confirm and then click Done.

To add the imported file to the list, click Open Collection.  Drag items to the list.

How and when to add a Tag?

Tags are only visible to yourself and Library staff. 

Select the citation reading, then select 'Add tag'.