Library Learning Services are promoting ResourceLists@Edinburgh using Talis Aspire, as a dynamic way to provide reading lists and resources.
Resource Lists are created using bookmarks and can link to any resource that has a URL (web address). A variety of resources can be added to a list, including, books, e-books, book chapters, journal articles and web pages.
A selection of guidance lists have been created on the use of sections, notes, fields, and general good practice to demonstrate the variety of resources and formats available. These are available for viewing on Resource Lists – Guides on Resource Lists (note: if you are not already, you will be prompted to log in to EASE to access the University of Edinburgh Library subscription content).
Our blog also contains a detailed user guide and a series of short guides that focus in on specific tasks and functions available within Resource Lists. Additionally our blog and twitter account will be regularly updated with important notices and updates, tips, tricks and information on using and making the most of ResourceLists@Edinburgh.
If there is something you would like to see added to the list or user guides, information on how to link to a particular resource, a tip or trick you’ve picked up that you would like to share, or if you would like some additional information about Resource Lists, to organise a demonstration or workshop, please contact us on Library.Learning@ed.ac.uk
Library Learning Services Assistant