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Teaching Support: High Demand and Reading Lists

Reading lists

Reading Lists allows teaching staff to make available educational resources to students including book chapters, journal articles, video, web content. The benefits of Reading Lists include:

  • Allows you to curate your learning resources, manage your copyright obligations and interact with students
  • Reading lists enables students to access electronic resources anywhere, anytime
  • Makes library resources more discoverable
  • Has a dynamic interface with functionality such as social communication tools

The library can help with: 

  • Purchasing and digitising your required resources
  • Managing your copyright requirements for you

Readings lists, High Demand, and recommending items for the collection

High Demand Collection

As a lecturer you can select books and other hard copy resources which are required reading for your unit or course and place them in the High Demand collection. As these items are in high demand they can only be borrowed on a short-term basis.

Reading Lists

Reading Lists provides a way for you to make available electronic resources required for your unit such as book chapters, journal articles, video and web content. 

Three thick encyclopedias by Horia Varlan 

Curtin University Library textbook guidelines - Recommending textbooks to the Library

For guidelines on using Reading Lists in order to make your essential and recommended textbooks available to students, please see our instructions: