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Resource Lists: For Staff

How to use Resource Lists@Bham

Hands on workshops and drop in sessions


Workshop on Friday 2nd June at 11:00-12:30
Nuffield Building G11

Please reserve a place:

New 'drop in' sessions

As well as our regular workshops we are now offering drop in sessions where you can come along for tailored 1-2-1 advice on specific aspects of resource lists, or to solve any problems. Please book to let us know how many people to expect, even though you are not committing to the whole session.

Drop by during the following time

Thursday 25th May  10:00-11:30
Nuffield  Building G11  

Why Resource Lists?

Resource Lists@Bham makes it easier for your students to find library resources which you have recommended for specific modules.

Resource lists (which used to be called reading lists) contain all types of material: books, journal articles, chapters in ebooks or film clips etc.

  • Books: link to the library catalogue for real-time availability information on screen
  • E-books: 'Access the eBook' goes straight to the e-book.
  • Journal articles: link straight through to the full-text of the article
  • Web pages: click through to the appropriate website
  • YouTube, Box of Broadcasts and other videos: play on screen.

click here to see the FAQs

Getting started

Before being able to add any items to your lists you must:

see more information at Setting up a profile and Getting your lists assigned

Developing your lists

Sign into the  How to use Resource Lists  Canvas course which contains examples of best practice, videos from academics and students, and everything you need to know to set up, maintain and make the most of your lists.

You can also book on one our hands on workshops or drop in sessions.


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