Are your subject readings and resources for 202130 up to date and accessible?

The 202130 session is fast approaching and you are no doubt knee-deep in finalising your modules and sorting out readings. If you need advice, the Library is here!

Textbooks – your prescribed texts should by now have been uploaded to the Textbook List, but if you’re a bit behind, do check if the library has an eBook version.  

eBooks are so accessible! If you can choose eBook chapters or books for your readings, everyone is happy. If you choose an eBook in your reading list, it’s a good idea to contact the Library to make sure we have enough licences to cover your cohort’s needs.

eReserve – if you need a scanned copyright-compliant copy of a print resource, the deadline was back in January, but our eReserve team is still accepting requests for new readings, or updates to existing readings. See our request form and more information on our eReserve and Reserve webpage.

Leganto – A Leganto Readings and Resources list is a streamlined way to manage your subject readings in one place, with copyright and links managed by the Library.  Leganto also collects analytics for you to help evaluate student engagement.

Learn about Leganto (and other) PD sessions are run throughout the year, and all the information you’ll need is in our Using Leganto: For Staff guide.

If you have any questions about any of the above, your Faculty Librarian will be happy to help.