Before you get started on a new list, it's worth checking whether any lists have already been created for the module. Go to the homepage of http://readinglists.westminster.ac.uk, log-in with your username and password and search by the module code, words from the module title or your name.
As you type, a selection of suggestions will appear below the search box. Click on the relevant suggestion, or press return to see all the results. If none of the suggestions are relevant or no results are found you can go straight to creating a new list.
If there is a draft or published list for your module, click on the list to open it and then add using the + My Lists button on the right hand side.
To add further resources or edit a list, go to the relevant parts of this guide. You can also contact your Academic Engagement Librarian with queries about reusing existing lists.
The Library provides two basic templates that can be reused. These are based on 12 teaching weeks for either one or two semesters. Click on the links below to access these templates. You will need to log-in and make a copy of the list. This can then be renamed with the correct module details and you can set the time period.
Remember, you can also create your own template by starting a blank list and creating your own sections. Keep this list in draft form and then copy it when you want to create a new list.
Follow these steps to create a new reading list.
You should now have a new blank list. This will initially display in the edit view; you can continue working on your draft or save your draft and come back to it later. When you want to return to the edit view, see the Edit List tab in this guide.
The next step is to populate your list. See the relevant parts of this guide to add sections and resources.