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Reading Lists

The Library is offering  a new reading list support service that integrates:

  • Reading Lists
  • Blackboard
  • Library resources
  • Library acquisition & chapter scanning 

Search our reading list service  for some list examples e.g. TLC 1OO Academic Skills.

See our Reading List Leaflet ‌for a quick introduction. Training details and guides/videos are provided below.


 Using the Reading List Service

  1. Please contact readinglists@nuigalway.ie and we will invite you to use the reading list service by email link.
  2. Follow the email instructions and create a user profile.
  3. Log into reading lists and install the bookmark button to your browser for adding books/journal articles/websites 
  4.  Create and structure the reading list and quickly bookmark resources.
  5. Publish the reading list. The Library will purchase the listed books and scan the required chapters/articles.

For further assistance please attend a training session and/or refer to our training guide and videos below.


Training

We are currently running training  and information sessions every Thursday at 12pm in the Library Training Room. These are aimed at lecturers or any teaching support/administrative staff involved in reading list provision. 

Book a place

If you are unable to attend these training sessions please contact readinglists@nuigalway.ie.


Reading List Support Materials

Our Reading List Guide provides a detailed overview of using the system.

See our short videos below covering the main elements of using the reading list service. 

Please contact readinglists@nuigalway.ie if you have any queries or require further assistance.


Creating and Structuring a Reading List


Bookmarking a book and a journal article from the Library Catalogue

Installing the Add to My Bookmarks Button on Internet Explorer

Installing the Add to My Bookmarks Button on Chrome

Installing the Add to My Bookmarks Button on Firefox

 

 

 

 

 

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Email: readinglists@nuigalway.ie
Tel: +353 91493895