The Library has released Reading lists for Trimester two for editing by Course Convenors.

Why use Reading Lists?

Students can:

  • Access their course readings in one definitive online list which integrates with their [email protected] course site and to the Course Profile system;
  • Link directly through to readings that are online and
  • Export a citation list, add notes and annotate readings and even track reading progress.


Academics can:

  • Quickly add a wide variety of resources, including online resources from the Griffith Library collection (eBooks, articles, streaming video), freely accessible resources from the internet, images, and request digitisations of print resources and
  • Customise reading lists to suit their teaching – by week, module, topic or assessment item


The Library will:

  • Ensure all new required resources added to lists are purchased and online access maintained;
  • Ensure all online resource links are maintained and updated for seamless connection and within our publisher licensing agreements and
  • Resolve copyright issues for digitisations and automate copyright compliance to assist the university in meeting our legal requirements.


Reading lists provide a consistent location for your required and recommended reading for students.  In Trimester one from February 21st until May 22nd the Reading lists had:

  • 343 000 student sessions, which is active engagement with Reading lists and
  • 49 000 views,15 000 downloads and 4 000 prints of digitised resources.


You can find more information on how to use and get the best from Reading lists with the Library’s how-to guides and videos.