Watch this brief 1:57 video on two ways to find your course Reading List.
You can also read full instructions with screenshots in the boxes below.
30 days before the start of the quarter, you can access quarterly Reading Lists from the Library's homepage.
Click "Reading List"
Then choose "Find Lists" from the menu in the upper left:
Finally, search for your course by the course code.
Once you have gained access to your course shell (5 days before the start of the quarter), the section Reading List appears as a tab at the top of the page. Clicking this link will take you directly to the list for your course:
Once you are in your course's Reading List, you can navigate by section, or search for an author or title with the list. Most lists are organized with Required resources (which may need to be purchased), at the top, and then by Module.
1. Click on the magnifying glass icon.
2. Search for the author or title of the resource you want to find within the list. Here is an example of an author search:
Your reading lists offer many options for you to stay organized throughout courses. These best practices will help you organize your readings and save them for future use.
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