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Reading List Toolkit (Broaden My Bookshelf): Moving beyond traditional resources

Toolkit to help academics diversify reading lists

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Moving beyond traditional resources

Depending on your topic, it may be relevant and helpful to include resources beyond the traditional books and journal articles. These could include

  • Podcasts are available from many different sources. If there's an organisation you like to keep up to date with, they may well produce their own podcasts.Here is a small selection of some popular free podcast platforms.
  • Youtube videos
  • Broadcast media and films. We subscribe to:
    • Kanopy, which provides access to over 30000 documentaries, classic and independent films.
    • Box of Broadcasts, which enables streaming of radio and TV broadcasts from over 60 Freeview channels.
  • TED talks
  • Academic blogs. Many academics have their own personal blogs which can be found by googling or via their academic profile on their institution's web site.