Reading Lists - Who Benefits?
Timely, annotated reading lists benefit all students who wish to engage in timely, focused reading.
|Mature Student||Student finds it difficult to engage in prolonged periods of reading due to time constraints caused by family commitments.|
|Student from disadvantaged socio-economic background||Student finds it difficult to engage in prolonged periods of reading due to time constraints caused by the necessity of working to pay way through College.|
|Student with a Disability||Student finds it difficult to engage in prolonged periods of reading due to fatigue/chronic pain/concentration difficulties due to medication.|
|Student with a specific learning difficulty||Student finds reading can be time consuming and tiring due to learning difficulty.|
|International student||Student finds reading in a second language time consuming and tiring.|
Solution for students
These students should focus on texts identified as key by the lecturer, and those additional texts that are most important for their research interests. Additionally, they should begin reading as early in the module as possible.
Action plan for lecturer
Provide an annotated reading list that identifies key texts, and those relevant to different sub-topics within the modul as early as possible.