Reading Lists: scans 2017-18
For the 2017-18 academic year, and beyond, Reading Lists will be used to request and host scans of book chapters/extracts and journal articles required for teaching. This will replace the existing eReserve service, which will close at the end of summer 2017.
If you are a former eReserve user, your scans from 2016-17 have already been renewed and transferred to the Reading Lists system in preparation for 2017-18.
This page contains details on how to access your scans, request new ones for your collection, and share them with your students.
If one of your modules is running again in 2017-18, but will be taught by another member of staff – or if the unit code is changing – please contact the Library at email@example.com when you know the relevant details.
Accessing your list of scans
An online reading list has been created on the Reading Lists system for your unit, containing only items from which you requested scanned excerpts for the 2016-17 academic year. On 1 September 2017, a link to the associated scan will automatically be created against each item in the list. For an example of how this will look, please see the list of scans created for ENGL10039: Approaches to Poetry during the 2016-17 academic year.
The following guides describe what you will need to do next in order to make your scans available to students for 2017-18.
- Log in to Reading Lists, find your list, and take ownership of it.
- Check that the details of the scans are correct, and make any amendments that are required.
- Use Reading Lists functionality to request additional scans (book chapters/excerpts or journal articles) if required.
- Share your list of scans with students using a Reading Lists link in your Blackboard course area.
Quick links to support documents
If you require additional advice or support in creating and editing your list, please contact your subject librarian.
If you would like further information about your scan requests (including advice about what can and cannot be scanned under the terms of our Copyright Licensing Agency licence), please contact the Content Procurement team at firstname.lastname@example.org.