Where to access the resource list

What is it?

Resource lists are curated reading/viewing lists compiled by your lecturers to support your learning. Resource lists can contain materials such as books, journal articles, videos, PDFs, and web links. 

Resource lists are integrated into Library Search so you can see what resources are borrowable from the Library or use direct access links to online content such as e-books and e-journals.

What does it do?

The Resource List is unique to each module in the university and can be accessed by students and staff via Blackboard.

  • Access the resource list for your module
  • Check whether a resource is essential, recommended for purchase or suggested further reading
  • Gain direct access links to e-books and digital resources
  • Locate copies of physical items in the Library
  • Mark when you have completed a reading
  • Save favourite items to your own collection

What should I know?

Resource Lists are available directly from https://resourcelists.dundee.ac.uk/ and from the Library website (dropdown menu from the main search box).

They are also available from within My Dundee modules:

Step 1: From within your module, navigate to the Library Resources learning module and select the link within it to Library: Resource Lists

My Dundee module highlighting the resource list

Some modules may not have a Resource List. If you are unsure about your module please contact the module leader. 

Updated on 29/09/2021

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