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Reading List Guide: Feedback and Help

Introduction to the Library's Reading List Service
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Phil Barraclough
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Phil can support you to find and make better use of our e-book content, including Kortext and other platforms.
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Kortext is an educational resource with a great deal of potential, and we are keen to collaborate with the company to provide a service that will measurably benefit our students' learning. We'd be especially interested to hear from students and staff who want to get more out of the platform and who may be willing to collaborate with Kortext.

Whether you are a student or staff member, please do get in touch with us if you have any queries, concerns or complaints about Kortext, or if there is any additional support or guidance we can offer. Let us know how we can improve your experience of the platform. If you'd like to give feedback about a specific e-textbook, remember to let us know the title and publisher and we will do our utmost to rectify the situation. 

You can find our contact details on the Library Contacts page where you can also find the details of your department's liaison librarian. Alternatively, you can get in touch with the Library Digital Content Administrator whose contact details are to the left.

There's so much more guidance and support available from Kortext's own website. Click the logo to access Kortext Support and FAQs.

Click the Kortext logo to access the company website, where you can find much more information about the potential of Kortext in teaching, as well as case studies from other institutions that have partnered with the company.

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