Reading list help

Links to guides that will help you make the most of your reading lists, plus a video guide on using online lists

The library uses a system called KeyLinks to produce online reading lists for you. These are produced in collaboration with course leads and tutors, and the lists will give full-text links to essential readings. Staff and students can find direct links to reading lists from Moodle course pages. Or you can go to the KeyLinks website and navigate through to your course.

See our video guide to accessing reading lists below or scroll down to find links to more specific support.

Reading lists video guide

Links to further reading list help

Full-text fast

At-a-glance guide to getting full-text from key resources

Technical information

Device advice, web browser requirements and pop-up problems solved

PEP Archive

Tips on accessing online readings from the PEP Archive database of classic psychoanalytic texts

Help with ebooks

Video guides on how to use ebooks from our most popular providers

Search for items

Sometimes students might be asked to find specific items that are not included on the course online reading lists

Information for tutors

Copyright and submission guidelines for teaching staff

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