The library encourages all academic staff to be involved in the creation and editing of module reading lists, ensuring they are relevant, up-to-date and provide a breadth of reading across each subject area. The process for creating or re-validating a new module requires a list to be submitted for review, which ensures the library has the correct print and electronic resources before the module starts. However, if you wish to add weekly reading during a module this is fine as long as it is to something that the university already subscribes to or is a freely available website. This guide will cover the following:
It will also look at exemplar lists and good practice. While we have attempted to make the guide as comprehensive as possible, please contact your subject librarian if you have any further queries or open a Servicedesk ticket and it will be passed to the most appropriate person. We can provide one-to-one or group training on request.
Before creating or editing a list, it is useful to see the list features from a student perspective as it helps when making decisions about list sections, filters, annotations and reading intentions. This is a brief overview of the system provided by Talis. The video is reused with their permission. Please note it does not have any sound.