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Reading Lists - Guide for Instructors

How to use the Course Materials & Reading List Service.
Overview of Online reading list service

The Library's new Reading List Service enables instructors to bring course reading lists, library resources, and eClass all together. Reading lists are great resources for students and can help you engage students in their readings.

This guide contains a lot of in-depth information, explaining various options and tools. Please note that once you've registered, you can also explore the system on your own, and give creating a list a try. It's easy and fun! If you get stuck on something, please check out the information in this guide or see the Help section on this guide for ways to contact our library staff. 

Library staff are working from home without access to our physical collections. If you require scans of chapters, we will not be able to provide those until library staff return to work on campus. Staff are unable to return to work on campus until current restrictions have been lifted.