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ReadingList@HKUL Workshop for HKU teaching staff

by blog webmaster on 2019-08-06T12:34:00+08:00 | Comments

You are cordially invited to attend the ReadingList@HKUL Workshop offered by the Libraries.

Date: 22 August 2019 (Thursday)
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Venue: e-Learning Lab, G/F, Main Library
Instructor: Kendy Lau, Education Librarian

Who should attend:

Teaching Staff, Co-Instructors, Teaching Assistants, Course Coordinators, Course Administrators, or anyone involved in creating reading lists for their courses.

This practical workshop will cover the basics of ReadingList@HKUL including:

  • Benefits of ReadingList@HKUL to faculties and students
  • How to set up a reading list for your course with ReadingList@HKUL: getting started, adding resources, editing, and publishing the list
  • Student engagement with the reading list
  • A brief introduction to the Libraries' Reading Lists Service

About ReadingList@HKUL:

ReadingList@HKUL is a convenient tool that helps teaching staff create dynamic reading lists that can be shared with students in a Moodle course.  It is fully integrated with the Libraries' system and HKU Moodle.  Course readings can be set up with ReadingList@HKUL either in the public list at or embedded in courses on HKU Moodle.  Course reading lists may include a range of sources such as books, ebooks, online articles, streaming videos or websites.  HKU teaching staff can build their reading lists with this tool, deliver and link directly from their Moodle course for student access, and improve students' learning experiences.

For enquiries, please contact Information Services Division at

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