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University Library

Finding your reading list online

Every year, academic staff who are teaching on taught modules are asked to provide the Library with a copy of the reading they will be recommending to students. This allows the Library to ensure we stock copies of all materials that directly support taught courses, and to make a digital copy of your reading lists available online.

To access a copy of your reading list, all you have to do is click on ‘My Reading list’ from the library homepage's list of 'hot links' and search for your course title or module code, or go directly to http://library.dur.ac.uk/screens/reserve.html

course resources
Library Resources Button in DUO

Your lecturer should also make your reading list available in DUO, and you can access this via the Library Resources button.

Your reading list will include links to the recommended:

  • books
  • e-books
  • journal articles
  • digitised chapters and articles

for your module.

However, if you can't find your reading list or you think the information we have may be incorrect, please contact library.resources@durham.ac.uk