Reading Lists Online provides you with the autonomy to drive selection and purchasing of the resources you want for your library collection.
Since November 2017, the Academic Engagement team have run small group training sessions, which have led to many Academic staff instantly creating, publishing and personalising lists to suit their module structure and enhance teaching and learning.
As this is a web-based tool many Academics have not just been adding e-books and full-text journals etc. but also links to online training resources such as Lynda.com.
Engaging with Reading Lists Online not only provides advantages for yourselves but your students will benefit from your lead by having:
- Up-to-date module reading
- Library stock available in time for learning
- Integration into Blackboard
- Click-through to digitised chapters and articles
- Guidance notes
- Personal reading record
- Enhanced study experience
Watch the video below to hear what a member of staff from Performing Arts has to say about using Reading Lists Online:
You can find additional information on Reading Lists Online, including how to get started on our Learning Services Wiki or please contact your Academic Engagement Specialist.