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Reading lists should be uploaded to blackboard a month in advance
I'm sure there's a reason why this doesn't happen already, but honestly some people really need the extra time to filter through the reading lists before they get to a lecture or seminar meeting. Some people are slow readers and find studying these more complicated readings difficult. While reading every week is good practice for time management, there really should be an option to be able to start early and get ahead. This would give them more time to read generally around the subjects brought up in essential readings and therefore will be able to progress further in their studies.
Just an idea. And something that will definitely help me in the future if this happens.
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Tommy GeorgeVice President Academic Affairs,
Ian Snowley, Dean of Student Learning Development and University Librarian has agreed with Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Sue Rigby that he will produce a Reading Strategy, which will include the use of all Reading Lists that will require them to be available from the start of the academic year. This will go to the Education and Student Life Committee in January, in place for Start of the next academic year, and possibly for the final term of this year. As an interim measure, we will see that the current guidance on university reading lists is updated to encourage the earliest availability of the lists.