"It essentially allows you to digitise your reading list and connect it to the library catalogue. Students have really liked it. They can export items, add notes and check instantly whether items are available in the Library. Surprisingly, I think this has made them more likely, rather than less likely, to actually go and find the books and read them".
(Dr. Jane Suzanne Carroll, Ussher Assistant Professor in Children's Literature)
"I just want to highlight how effective I found the reading list that my lecturer introduced at the start of the semester. To have the reading list linked to each week’s lecture was really beneficial to me. I am only sorry that all my lecturers did not follow this example as it saved so much time on my part to have the readings under each lecture".
(Masters in Social Work student)
Academics: manage your module lists efficiently and improve your students' learning experience
Create dynamic and up-to-date reading lists.
Initiate the selection and purchase of library material with a single click.
Harvest items from the web including blog posts, web pages and videos.
Organise and annotate reading lists to suit your module structure.
Ensure teaching resources are available at all times.
Integrate reading lists into your module on Blackboard (coming soon).
Increase student satisfaction with your module by simplifying access to material.
Students: organise your reading time, set your reading intentions and add notes to aid your learning
Access to full-text directly from reading lists, with real-time information on availability.
Annotate your lists with personal notes to aid your study.
View and filter reading lists by resource type, importance of material, and personal notes.
View reading list material in any citation format - this allows for easy referencing.
Download reading lists in various formats i.e. PDF or RIS for export to EndNote.
Set your reading intentions and prioritise which items to read.
Provide feedback on your reading lists and improve communication with your lecturers.