Reading lists

LSMU students have the possibility to search for reading lists by study module codes. You can find the required and additional literature in the list. If we have an electronic version of the printed book, then a link to the electronic version is also provided.

You can find a link to this type of search in the LUHS Virtual Library or you can go directly to the electronic catalogue and select the appropriate settings.

In the virtual library, on the right top corner of the page, click on the link "Reading lists".

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You will be redirected to the electronic catalogue. Make sure all search boxes match those shown in this image (Field to search, Base to search). You can find study module codes on the right side of the page or on the LSMU SIS website. You can select a literature type (required, additional, or both) in the query filter. After selecting the appropriate fields, click "Search" and you will be directed to the reading list of the relevant module.

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In the list you will find information about the recommended literature, its storage location and links to electronic resources (if any).

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If the publication is available online, you can find the links in two places: in the Internet box or by clicking on the list number of a specific publication, where you will be directed to a detailed description.

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If you see an active link (Internet access) in the description, then the publication is available online.

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After you click the active link, a pop-up window will appear in which you will have to click another active link. You will then be redirected to the page where the publication is uploaded. IMPORTANT to know that these publications are only available on the LUHS computer network, so if you connect from home or elsewhere, you must log in to EZproxy (this applies to all subscribed databases, even Lithuanian ones) and only then youwill get remote access!

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User logins and passwords are formed from the first 4 letters of the name and surname and date of birth. For example: Vardenis Pavardaitis, born on September 1st, 1985, will have the following login details (do not use Lithuanian and capital letters):
Username - vardpava0901
Password - vardpava1985

If the first and/or last name consists of 3 letters or less, the login details will be shorter accordingly. If you have changed your password, use that password. Changing the last name does not change the username.

The reading lists are compiled from the lists of recommended books provided by the lecturers on the LSMU SIS platform. Course literature data is updated twice a year. If the lecturers have not provided information about the recommended literature for the course on LSMU SIS, then the library does not receive this information. In this case, you will not find the reading list of the course after doing a search.