Semester 2, 2022 course reading lists

To ensure required and recommended learning resources are available to students in Week 1, we encourage course co-ordinators to start considering learning resources, reading lists and textbooks for Semester 2.

Electronic Course Profile (ECP) for course reading lists

  • Details of required and recommended learning resources should be submitted via the Electronic Course Profile System (ECPS) no later than 8 weeks prior to the start of the course (May 29).
  • Review/update and confirm these items in Section 3.
  • Once confirmed, the required and recommended readings listed in section 3.1 and 3.2 will be automatically sent to both the Library and School Locker.

For further information, see the Learning Resources ECPS guide.

Recommended and required readings

  • Identify which readings are required and recommended in your ECP
  • This information will be included in your course reading list.

Indigenising the curriculum resources

The following resources have been created to provide support and assistance in starting to Indigenise the curriculum.

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives guide can help you ensure your teaching curriculum and reading lists represent the diverse student voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander referencing guide can help ensure Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander authors are referenced respectfully.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander resources includes curated collections on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, authors, activism and resistance, yarns and spoken memories, languages, images, non-Indigenous representations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and peoples and the Torres Strait Islands in the Library.

Open educational resources

Open Educational Resources (OER) provide access to material which is online, free of charge and in varying degrees, free of most copyright and licensing restrictions. Visit the Library’s Open Education Resources guide for more information on finding OERs to use in your course. 

Open textbooks provide an alternative to commercial textbooks and offer many benefits to you, your students, and the community. Find out how you can author, adapt or adopt open textbooks at Open Textbooks @ UQ

Linking to resources in courses explains how you can link to Library resources, videos, and Open Educational Resources (OER) in your courses. 

Further learning resources

To notify the Library of any other resources, please email Further items will be processed after required and recommended readings are processed.


Last updated:
16 December 2022