Three top tips for students
By Hazel M Ingrey, on 2 February 2017
You found your online reading list on Moodle by spotting the link in the ‘Library Resources’ block, or when searching for your course on the ReadingLists@UCL home page. Perhaps you read some key texts for tutorials in the first flush of enthusiasm in the autumn, however now it is revision time and you need to look over some of those readings in a hurry!
If you are short on time and need to find things quickly, here are our top three for using ReadingLists@UCL:
- Long reading list? Re-order the readings by importance (essential, recommended etc.) or type (journal, book…), using the ‘Grouped by section’ button. Then scroll down, or use the ‘Table of contents’ to jump down, to the section on ‘Essential’ readings for example.
- Convert the list to pdf to print out (Export -> Export to PDF) to highlight and scribble on; or keep your notes virtual by using the ‘Add note’ button on each reading. These notes are private to you.
- Log in! Once logged in, click on your name at the top of the screen and ‘View Profile’ to see your private notes and reading intentions.
From speaking with students we know you find reading lists intuitive to use, however we also have a little more guidance on our webpages, just in case. We are always very keen to hear of anything that can be improved, so please contact us with suggestions or questions!