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For each course you study, your Course Coordinator may have selected key readings for you to complete each week. These readings may be book chapters, journal articles, online videos or other types of sources.
Readings may be a:
Prescribed Text: mandatory course text
Required Reading: additional required readings for that week or module
Recommended Reading: optional readings
Where are course readings?
You will find your course readings in the left side menu when you access your Course in Blackboard.
Login to Blackboard, select your course, then select the menu item for Course Readings. Most Course Readings are divided in a similar way to the Learning Materials for that course, either by week, module or topic.
Search the Reserve Collection
A copy of prescribed texts and some readings are held in the Reserve Collection at each campus library where the course is offered.
Note: non-library resources (e.g. YouTube videos, links to websites) will not appear in this list.
Course code search to find course readings
In Discover, search for the course code
Find all course readings in Blackboard
Note: the results will omit non-library resources (e.g. videos, podcasts and other files)
A physical course textbook can be found in the library Reserve Collection at each campus where that course is delivered
Note: some course textbooks are electronic books instead of physical books
I click the link but the article I need isn't there.
Generally this is because we have linked to the Journal rather than the article. If this is the case, either search for the article in that journal, or use the Browse feature to look for the year, volume and issue in which the article was published.