A good reading list should help students discover key sources and information that will help them succeed in their studies.
All courses are different so it is likely that a 'good' reading list will look different depending on the content and nature of the module you are teaching.
Before you put together your reading list, think about:
Help your students plan and manage their reading by:
When constructing a reading list for a module, consider the context of the course and the individual module. Importantly, consider your students and how the reading list can most effectively support them with their learning.
You may wish to review your reading list to consider whether it includes an appropriate and diverse range of authors, perspectives and experiences as appropriate to your subject discipline and teaching content.
This can help develop an inclusive learning experience for students and facilitate access to a broader range of learning material than might otherwise be encountered.
You can search the Library Catalogue for texts currently held or request new texts for the Library to acquire by adding them to your reading lists.
You may also want to explore the Open Access resources available too.