Etextbooks: what’s all the fuss about?
Challenges for academic colleagues and libraries You submit a request to the library to buy an e-book for your reading list. It seems straightforward enough as you’ve found one available on the publisher website so the library will be able to purchase that. Unfortunately, it isn’t that simple, and the Covid-19 pandemic has only highlighted […]
Started to think about your reading list?
Wondering where to find information for your first assignment? A good starting point is your reading list. All the items on your reading list have been chosen by your tutors and they work closely with Learning Services so that the books and journals are available for you to use. What’s more we’ve made it easy […]
Steps to Success: Reading Lists 17th January 12-1 pm
You can still book on to the Steps to Success session on getting the most out of your reading list. This will take place tomorrow, Tuesday 17th January between 12 and 1 pm on the first floor of the University Library. This session will enable you to find your reading list using the Library Catalogue, […]
Did you know….. how we manage your reading lists?
Each year Learning Services requests that academic staff submit their reading lists for checking and ordering. A brief summary of the process follows: Academic staff email us their reading lists which should include student numbers and module semester dates Information Resources staff check the reading lists against the library catalogue Book suppliers web sites are checked for the […]