This guide shows academic staff the basics of managing their reading lists.
This facility is not available to students.
Use your online reading lists to improve student satisfaction!
For more information about online lists, including interviews with academics who’ve successfully used Talis Aspire software at other universities, take a look at https://talis.com/reading-lists/
Talis Aspire training sessions run throughout the year, current dates below, and are bookable via MyHR.
Enter your usual login details then enter the code 532 in the search box to get straight to this course, click on the title and the planned dates will be listed underneath.
If you cannot attend any of these dates and wish to use Talis Aspire, or would like to arrange a departmental training session, please contact Nicola Ward firstname.lastname@example.org or Rachel Fell email@example.com / 0161 247 6607.
Thurs 22nd June 2017, 14.00-15.00pm, All Saints
Weds 28th June 2017, 14.00-16.00pm Refresher drop-in (no booking required), Business School 2.10
Weds 5th July 2017, 14.00-16.00pm Refresher drop-in (no booking required), Manton Lab 111
Weds 12th July 2017, 14.00-16.00pm Refresher drop-in (no booking required), Business School 2.10
Weds 19th July 2017, 14.00-15.00pm, All Saints
Wed 26th July 2017, 14.00-15.00pm, All Saints
What makes students make the most of their reading lists?
This session will be useful to academic staff wanting to breathe new life into their reading lists. It will provide a practical illustration of ways to maximise the impact of reading lists and increase library use. We will consider the pedagogy of reading lists, how to engage students with reading and how academics and the library can support students using the resources available, drawing on existing best practice.
Wednesday 12th July, 11.00-12.00, BS 3.03
Book via MyHR: 9808