The Library puts your course readings together to make them easier to access. 

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Access your course reading lists

There are different ways to get to your course reading lists.

We recommend My Library to see the reading lists for the courses you are enroled in. 

My Library

Course resources provides access to:

  • readings for the courses you are enroled in
  • past exams papers
  • Library subject guides
  • course profiles



Learn.UQ (Blackboard)

You can access your reading lists in your Learn.UQ (Blackboard) courses.

Click the Library Links menu item in your course.




Library Search

You can search for reading lists in Library Search.

  1. Go to Library Search
  2. Select Course reading lists from the drop down menu
  3. Enter the course code
  4. Click on the semester you require


Search for lists

You can:

Can't find a reading list?

Reading lists are available during semester only. You can:

Contact your librarian for advice if you can't find your course reading list. They can recommend resources to get you started.

Log in to manage your readings

Log in to get extra features, create a profile to track your readings, add notes and save lists. Set your profile as private or public.

Track your progress

Update the Read status on your readings to stay on track.

 Will read, reading now, have read, won't read.

Add notes

Add study notes to any reading in your list. Notes can include: reminders for assignments, quotes, questions etc.

View a list of all your notes in your profile.

Save a list

Use My Lists to save a list to refer to for the life of your degree.

Using reading lists for your assignments

Export readings to use in your bibliography

Save time by exporting the list bibliography in the referencing style for your course.

Search for specific readings

Search by author or title within a reading list.

Get organised

Group readings by -

  • importance (required, recommended or further reading)
  • type of resource (articles, books, chapters)

Add study notes

Save notes on readings to go back to later when you write your assignments.

Find other readings

Can’t find a reading? You may need readings that are not part of your reading list. Try searching by the title and/or author in Library Search.

Get tips on finding content in Library Search.