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MISSKIMBERLEY
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I've just recently become a fully registered English Literature student and enrolled in my classes. I am however concerned about my course books and which ones I'll need. Do I have to wait for an email telling me the book lists? If so where are the official book lists? Will I not know until freshers week? Any help you could give will be appreciated.
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(Original post by MISSKIMBERLEY)
Hi,
I've just recently become a fully registered English Literature student and enrolled in my classes. I am however concerned about my course books and which ones I'll need. Do I have to wait for an email telling me the book lists? If so where are the official book lists? Will I not know until freshers week? Any help you could give will be appreciated.
It will all be uploaded to the English Literature moodle site once you've started.
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(Original post by MISSKIMBERLEY)
Hi,
I've just recently become a fully registered English Literature student and enrolled in my classes. I am however concerned about my course books and which ones I'll need. Do I have to wait for an email telling me the book lists? If so where are the official book lists? Will I not know until freshers week? Any help you could give will be appreciated.
Hi there, check your email that you received from your adviser of studies as it may link to a "college of arts - new students guide" where you may be able to find a reading list. I'm saying this as I am in the college of science and engineering and we received this. If not, you will just have to wait till your Moodle has been updated :console:
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Hi, I'm also studying English Literature in September! Have you found any reading list yet?
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Hi, I found this : https://glasgow.rl.talis.com/index.html?browse

First you have to search for your course, then choose the correct academic year and semester, and with luck, there could already be a reading list. I don't know whether these lists are final or going to be updated during the year, but that's something at least
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