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Reading Lists @ Liverpool: Academics


For information and support, contact your Liaison Librarian.


The library runs lunchtime workshops for module coordinators/contributors.
Follow the links below to book your place.

Forthcoming workshops:
Thursday 28th March
Thursday 25th April
Tuesday 21st May
Wednesday 26th June

Reading Lists @ Liverpool for academics

Reading lists for the current session are on 
Reading Lists @ Liverpool

You should see a link from the side menu in VITAL from your module to the relevant reading list
Or you can add the link yourself in a couple of clicks, by using the Resource Lists tool.
See our guide for more details. 

If you have a new module and would like to add your recommended reading to the system 
or to edit an existing list, please contact your Liaison Librarian.

Academics' experience of using Reading Lists @ Liverpool

Students say

"The system provides good tools to easily find articles and books."  – Anatomy student

"I really like Reading Lists @ Liverpool, especially when lecturers put extra notes about what to read and how to use the books and articles" - Medicine student

"Reading lists are a Godsend" - Maths student

"I use reading lists and Discover every day for my research" - Management School student

"Reading Lists @ Liverpool is great. The only disappointment is when lists are not completed" – Medical student

New List View!

Our reading lists have had a refresh and they're looking good - clearer and easier to use.

Click on a title to expand the item details within the page itself.

Click 'View Online' to open eBooks, digitisations or Web pages in a new tab.

Reading lists display better on mobile devices and are more accessible.

Any questions about New List View, please ask your Liaison Librarian.

Reading Lists FAQs