In order to make your reading lists even clearer for students, we have changed the tags to "Mandatory" and "Additional". Please don't forget to tag each resource! Further information can be found here.
Please don't forget to assign a tag (mandatory, core reading, additional reading) for each resource on your reading list. This information helps your students to prepare and also provides the library staff with information and a basis for making decisions about expanding the collection.
New workshop dates for list creators
Are you interested in a clear, easy-to-create reference list for your course that is integrated into the syllabus? Then please register for one of our short read!t workshops.
read!t - Season's greetings from the WU Library
We have put together a collection of recommendations for this Advent season in read!t for you!
Have fun and a merry Christmas!
The WU library team
Literature for STEOP and CBK
Looking for reading lists for STEOP & CBK? In read!t you will find a compilation of the literature you need - clear and well structured. Just click on STEOP or CBK!
Carrying over reading lists to following semesters
List creators now also have the option of transfering existing reading lists in the following semesters. You can easily do this via the syllabus (manage) in MyLEARN. You can find more information in our instructions under "First Steps".
read!t reading list note also visible in the WU catalog
If a resource from the WU library inventory has been added to a read!t reading list, you can find this information in the WU catalog.
Activating read!t in MyLEARN
From the end of January 2021, lecturers and list creators will have the opportunity to activate read!t directly via MyLEARN. Find out more about this feature here!
read!t - Online introductions
We offer short online introductions in January and February! You will learn how to use the new Reading List Management System read!t to create reading lists for your courses.
New search filter "Department"
read!t user have now not only the option filtering/searching for Term, Course instructor, Course title but can also display all lists per Department.