Readings in FLO

Access your Readings list from the new icon and link in your FLO topic page.

What can I add to my Readings list?

The good news is, the range of materials you can add to your Readings list is nearly unlimited! Books, eBooks, book chapters, journal articles, case studies, websites, streaming videos, newspaper articles, blogs.

Add items to your list, send your list (in one click) to the Library and we will manage digitisation, copyright and any other processing that is required.

Readings can also now be organised by week, module, additional readings – name and arrange sections to suit you.

Discover how simple it is to manage your list by coming along to a workshop session and learn the fundamentals and key features of Readings, and create your list with assistance from Library experts. Enrol online to reserve your space.

There is also an online guide Readings for Topic Coordinators that has detailed step-by-step instructions.

If you had a previous Readings list associated with your topic, it has been reproduced in the new Readings system.

Contact us via the Readings query in Service One with any questions.

A note on textbooks for your topic

Complete the official University textbook form to order required and/or recommended books for your topic. This information is also sent to the Co-op Bookshop. Find the link to the online textbook form in the Topic Links block in FLO.

Required items are the set texts for the topic that students will need to use throughout the topic.

Recommended items are resources that students would find useful, but not necessary to have continual access to during the topic.

If, as an individual Flinders Library patron, you would like to suggest an item the library should purchase and add to our collection, use the A library item purchase form in Service One.

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