Reading lists provide your students with easy 24/7 online access to required and recommended readings.

You can:

  • quickly add a wide variety of resources, including online resources from the Griffith Library collection (eBooks, articles, streaming video), freely accessible resources from the internet, images, and request digitisations of print resources
  • customise reading lists to suit your teaching - by week, module, topic or assessment item.

Your students can:

  • access their course readings in one definitive online list which integrates with their Learning@Griffith course site
  • link directly through to readings that are online and discover where physical resources are in the library
  • export a citation list, add notes and annotate readings and even track reading progress.

How-to guides


with reading list

Quick start guide - Students

Quick start guide - Teaching Staff

Add resources to a reading list with bookmarks

Structure a reading list

Request digitisations

Videos

Key dates

Griffith University

When What
Monday, 12th April, 2021

Trimester 2 reading lists are now available for course conveners/academic staff to edit and/or update. If a change is made to a Trimester 1 reading list, then it should also be made in the Trimester 2 reading list.

If a digitised reading is required for Trimester 2, it should be requested by selecting Request Digitisation from the action menu to the right of the title on the reading list.
Monday, 19th July,2021 2021 Trimester 2 starts.

Open Universities Australia

When What
Tuesday, 4th May, 2021 OUA Study Period 2 reading lists are now available for course conveners/academic staff to edit and/or update. If a digitised reading is required for OUA Study Period 2, it should be requested by selecting Request Digitisation from the action menu to the right of the title on the reading list.
Monday, 31st May, 2021 2021 OUA Study Period 2 starts.

Copyright compliance

Copyright compliance for digitised learning materials is managed in the Reading List system.

Make accessible

All readings and course materials must be accessible for students with a disability.

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