For each course you study, your Course Coordinator may have selected key readings for you to complete each week.
Course Readings can include physical books, book chapters, eBooks, articles, websites, documents, videos or audio.
Click on a reading for full details and to access the resource online.
For online resources click on the view online links under Links & Availability.
Find the physical book on the shelf using the unique call number.
You may find additional information in the Public Note field, like which pages or chapters you should read, or instructions regarding access.
Tags tell you more about a resource.
Always follow the advice of the course coordinator.
In some circumstances you may be eligible for our Hold or Digitisation services. To learn more visit Get started in the library.
Due to licensing restrictions, some eBooks are restricted by how many users are able to access the eBook at the same time. A notice will display on the eBook if the maximum number of users has been reached. It is recommended students wait and try to access the eBook again later.
It is recommended students enable pop-ups on their device to access Course Readings.
If you are unable to access electronic resources try clearing your cache and cookies. Learn how to do this by Googling, 'clear cache' with your chosen browser e.g. 'Clear cache chrome'.
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