The University of Exeter has a mandate which means all taught modules should have a Library created Reading List in ELE or the appropriate software. The Reading Lists Policy in the TQA Manual lays out what this means from both sides.
If you want to ensure your Term Two reading list is ready for the start of the academic year we need to receive it ideally by the end of November 2020. We can accept a partial list and you can send edits later. We are extremely busy at the moment with a very large workload but we will endeavour to get your list completed as soon as possible.
The Reading List Team will do all the work of creating the online list, scanning chapters and articles plus making it available via ELE - all we need from you is your reading list as a word document and enough time to complete the work.
For modules taught at Exeter email: email@example.com
For modules taught at Penryn email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In 2012 we started a reading list service that was a basic digital replacement for photocopies held in our ‘High Demand’ collection. Since 2012 we have expanded and developed the service and as of 2019-20 we are doing around 1,500 lists using Talis Aspire software embedded by LTI (Learning Tools Interoperability) into ELE and all created alongside other library services by 15 trained Information Assistants. The reading list service is administered by Sue Abbott (Digital Library Manager) and Simon Foote (Taught Courses Support Coordinator).
Welcome to the University of Exeter reading list service. This guide is designed to be a quick introduction to the reading list service from the Library. We think it is more important than ever to give students simple and easy access to the resources they need for study, that way they get the most out of the Library, the resources your department has paid for and it will help improve their academic performance.
To help achieve this we can turn your reading list into an online digitised document which links to the key reading you want your students to access. This can include quick web links to:
Each time we develop a reading list on ELE we’ll also check to see if the Library has enough access to the most heavily used items for your module and contact you if it is not in our collection. Then we will put the list up so it can be accessed via your module on ELE.
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