A Talis list is made up of bookmarks, sections, notes and pages and you can structure the list in whichever way best suits your course. You can find information about each of these and how to add them to a list here.
There are three stages that you may be at with your reading list:
If you think that there has been a reading list for your module on Talis previously, but you can’t find it, please contact us and we can check our archives.
To find a published or draft reading list, you can search the module code in the search bar on the home page:
If the list is assigned to you, you can also find it from the ‘My Lists’ tab:
If there is no Talis reading list for your module, you can create a new list.
To do this, you first need to log in to Talis. You then need to go to 'My Lists' and select 'Create a new list'.
Fill in the information about your module as follows:
Once this has all been filled in, you then just need to click 'Create list'.
After creating your list, the reading list team will need to assign the list to you as module supervisor. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can do this for you.
You can structure your list in whichever way best suits your course. Some ideas include:
Creating a structure is done by adding in sections. For more information on how to edit your list, see here.
There are templates for week by week structures if you would like to structure your lists in this way:
To make use of these follow these steps click on edit > copy list and then fill in the information about your module as follows:
After creating your list, the reading list team will need to assign the list to you as module supervisor and link the list to the hierarchy. Please email email@example.com and we can do this for you.