Reading Lists @ Liverpool can help you enhance the student experience of your module and teaching sessions. It allows you to create an accessible list that is easy for your students to navigate. You can annotate your list with student notes and organise your list to suit your teaching whether this is by week, topic or seminar. With direct links to online resources and clear location details for print resources, students can easily access the material you are recommending.
Reading Lists are the best way to order new material for teaching or request digitisations of book chapters or journal articles. Just add to your list, send for review or request digitisation, and the Library team will review and purchase as necessary. If you need to order resources for your research, then use Get it for Me.
Use the help and guidance here to learn how to get the most from Reading Lists @ Liverpool. If you need a new reading list setting up or editing rights for an existing list, then email the Reading List team. If you have further questions or need help structuring and designing your list, then contact your Liaison Librarian.
Further Help and Support
For general queries on using Reading Lists @ Liverpool (such as how to adding resources, using the Bookmarklet tool or gaining permissions to edit a list), please contact the Reading List team.
For further training in making best use of Reading Lists @ Liverpool to support your teaching, please contact your Liaison Librarian.
The system provider for Reading Lists@Liverpool, Talis, have a comprehensive support site.
See the Library’s Knowledge Base for FAQs on using Reading Lists @ Liverpool.
If you are linking to Westlaw or Lexis+ content, please see our guide Reading List links to legal resources.
The Best Practice Lists show how you could make effective use of features such as sections, notes for students, importances and digitisations.