Guidance for Editing lists can be found on Talis' website. This guidance includes information about:
While this guidance is comprehensive, you may have questions or issues that aren't covered here. If that is the case, please contact the library at email@example.com with some information about your query, or book an appointment with a library staff member to discuss.
Please note that in order to add resources other than books to your reading lists (journal articles, videos, webpages, etc.), you need to install the Talis bookmarking extension on your web browser first. Instructions for this can be found on Talis' Bookmarking from your web browser page.
How you structure your list is up to you. There is no uniform policy on how your reading list should be structured. If you're looking for ideas, many modules are structured by:
The library has created templates for week-by-week module structures if you would like to structure your lists in this way:
If you would like to make use of these structures, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will set this up for you.
Guidance for setting importances can be found on the Using Importances in Talis Aspire page on Talis' website.
When you have finished editing your reading list, you need to publish it so that students can access the list.
Publishing the list also sends a review to the library so that we can make sure that the resources are available. The library will contact module supervisors directly where there are issues with resourcing any items on a reading list.
NB: As it takes time for the library to receive new material (particularly print items), please bear in mind that reading list materials that need to be ordered will not be available for students to access immediately.