Reading Lists and Library Guides will direct you to an abundance of resources provided by the Library which are directly related to your courses. Reading Lists and Library Guides will help you do your best with your assignments and will save you time along the way. As a bonus, they are accessible 24/7 through the Library website or your course sites in Learning@Griffith.  

Reading Lists 

Reading Lists provide access to required and recommended course readings and resources set out by your course convenor in one convenient list. These include textbooks, book chapters, journal articles, webpages and other resources depending on your area of study.   

You can access your course readings via the Reading Lists website, through the Readings section of your Learning@Griffith course site or by searching in the Readings Lists tab on the Library homepage. Items on your list link directly to online resources or show you the location and call number for where you can find physical items in the Library. When logged into Reading Lists you can also add notes, annotate resources, track your reading and even export a citation list. 

For more information please visit the Reading Lists Guide for students 

Library Guides 

Reading Lists helps with required and recommended resources for your course, but how to you expand your reading and research?  Library Guides is the answer. 

The Library holds thousands of resources both physical and digital, so how do you know which databases or resources are right for you? Well, a great place to start is the Library guides.   

Complied by Library specialists, these guides help you find databases and specialised resources related to your discipline area. Griffith’s Library Guides are broken down into eight different disciplines:  

Explore Library Guides to discover the wide range of resources at your fingertips to help succeed in your study. 

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