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ReadingLists@Brighton - student support


 Using ReadingLists@Brighton


ReadingLists@Brighton is the university's online reading list system providing access to resources recommended by teaching staff.

Getting started 

Selecting the title of a reading list entry will provide further information about the resource.


Select the book title to display current availability.

Click "View other formats/editions" to see if there is an E-book or different edition available. 
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Online resources:

Select "VIEW ONLINE" to access full text of Articles, E-books and Websites.
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 Tips on using your reading list

Notes and importance

Academic staff may add notes to reading lists to clarify a readings importance, or give it some context. 
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Table of contents

To navigate directly to a section click  "Table of Contents" to view the sections and select the one you want jump to.
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Filter your list

Click "View All" to filter the list according to: resource type, reading intention, importance, or notes (if you have created any).
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Citation style

Reformat each list to your chosen citation style – click "Citation Style:" and then you will see a drop-down list giving you a selection of styles.

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Reading intentions and notes

Plan your time and set a reading intention for each item.

notes to each item.  All notes are private to you, your study notes are also available from your profile page.  You will need to sign in using your university username and password to access your notes.
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 Further support

Page owner: Jenny Perkins