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Reading Lists @RMIT

This guide is designed to provide support and information when creating a Reading List.

Why Reading Lists

Reading lists are an interactive and collaborative way of managing course readings.

Instructors/teachers can:

  • create ​​structured, annotated Reading Lists
  • generate analytics and reports to gain insight into the materials that students use
  • keep lists up to date, from year to year in an easy manner

Students can:

  • collaborate and share views, feedback, and questions with classmates and instructors
  • discover new materials from peers' suggestions and automated content recommendations
  • gather resources into a personal repository directly from discovery systems, scholarly sources, publishers’ sites, online bookstores, and other websites 

 "What I love about Reading Lists" RMIT University academic Cath Nolan from the College of Business talks about Reading Lists (2 min 18 sec duration).

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Source: ExLibris - Reading Lists for the Collaboration Age 



Content on this guide is adapted from Bond University Resource Lists Library Research Guides, Bond University Library Service licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.