Libraries & Collections has a Reading Lists Vision and Strategy that places reading lists at the heart of curriculum design and ensures that we can work in collaboration with educators to provide the right resources to students in an efficient and cost-effective way.
MyReadingLists supports faculty staff in their teaching and allows Libraries & Collections to purchase and provide access to core and recommended reading list books, DVDs, CDs and ebooks for the King's library collection, and provide digitised course readings.
MyReadingLists allows for the creation of electronic versions of reading lists. This enables direct-linking to ebooks, ejournal articles, library holdings of print items, web pages, digitised content, and a range of other documents. They can be accessed on any desktop or mobile device from anywhere in the world.
MyReadingLists exists to direct students to those readings which will help them to succeed in their studies at King’s. They are not intended to be comprehensive bibliographies as students can find a long unstructured list daunting. MyReadingLists allows you to give clear information about why the items appear on the list and to encourage students to make use of other academic libraries in the London area to find information for extended essays or dissertations.
Further information on Getting started with MyReadingLists and the MyReadingList e-learning module is available on the LibGuides home page
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