Link2Lists is your course reading list service. Each list contains links to the books, journal articles and other resources for your module or course.
You can add your own notes to the resources you have used and can set reminders to use resources in time for your lectures and seminars.
To access Link2Lists you can login to Blackboard via My Manchester, or use the link below:
Search the Library's resources - books, journals, articles, images, manuscripts, videos and more simultaneously using a single search box.
Note that older journals, magazines and reviews might not be digitised. The library also holds hard copies of some journals – look up the title and check the location in the Library.
The following titles reflect the most recent textbooks purchased by the University of Manchester Library for your studies and research.
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It is worthwhile carrying out a search on Google Books to see if a book is available to view online.
If you have a reading list for your course and the books are in use by other students, you can check to see if it has been fully or partially digitised by Google.
The University of Manchester Library is one of the largest subscribers to e-journals and databases in the UK but we don’t have access to everything.
If you find that we don’t hold a book, report, journal article or conference paper that you need, you can use our Document Supply & Inter-Library Loans service.
Hard copy PhD theses before 2009 produced at The University of Manchester are held at the Joule Library.
You can search Library Search for a thesis, make a note of the shelfmark (eg Th 16574), bring the number to the issue counter and we will retrieve it for you. Please note that they are reference only and cannot be removed from the Library.
We do not hold Masters or undergraduate theses.
Below is a link to our dedicated thesis support page.
Electronic versions of many open-access University of Manchester research theses, submitted from the 2010 session onwards, are available on Pure, the University of Manchester’s internal repository.