eReading Lists


eReading Lists is a new system integrated with Moodle which provides Unit Coordinators and Lecturers an interactive and collaborative way of providing readings and other resources for students in one place.

Key benefits include:

  • Direct links to the CQUniversity Library collection, delivering robust links to quality resources
  • All items linked from within the Library collection are copyright compliant
  • Reading lists can be structured to suit your unit needs (by week, topic etc)
  • Reading lists can either compliment, or be an alternative to, prescribed texts
  • Citations can be tagged and annotated to highlight their importance or relevance
  • Resources from other sources are checked by Library staff for copyright compliance
  • Copies of readings not held in the Library collection (formerly CROs) can be requested by simply adding a digitisation tag and any additional details to a citation added to the list. These readings will be added to your reading list automatically when complete.
  • Reading lists are 'rolled over' to the next term a unit is offered - this may reduce administrative time when preparing units 
  • Analytics are available enabling you to see how items are being used and where early intervention may be required
  • Easy reporting of broken links.
  • Students can view online course materials on any device.

eReading List Training and Drop-in sessions for Term 1 2020

Register in Totara

Developing your Unit eReading List

This session will step you through the development of your unit eReading list including; locating eReading list platform in Moodle, creating an eReading list, associating eReading list to your unit, adding various resources (library and external), adding Tags, requests, and creating a personal collection.

eReading List Q&A Drop-in

eReading List Q & A Drop-in is a 1-hour drop-in session for asking quick questions and troubleshooting your eReading List issues.


Until eReading Lists are made available within the VET Moodle platform VET staff will still be able to access and link to library resources.

Linking to Databases

Digitisation Requests (formally CROs)

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