We are very happy to announce the appointment of Katrin and Gemma who will be interning with us over the next six weeks to create resource lists for the College of Humanities and Social Science.
We would also like to thank Louise and Christabel who have been interning for the School of History, Classics & Archaeology(HCA) for the past eight weeks. They put in a terrific effort and along with their other tasks created a whopping seventeen resource lists for HCA. Well done!
If you have a reading list that you would like to see transformed into an interactive online reading list at resourcelists.ed.ac.uk we can do this for you!
This service also includes providing a summary of the items on your list, books, journals and articles, with information on how many are held and at what locations. This means you can see in advance where additional materials might need to be ordered or moved into reserved/short loan sections of the library.
If you would like to send us your reading list there are a few important pieces of information that will help us provide you with the best possible service:
Required information for Resource List creation (PDF)
If you are interested in learning more about resource lists, places are still available for our ‘Hands-on’ introductory session to Resource Lists @ Edinburgh this Wednesday 30th July. Sessions are bookable via MyEd.
Before you attend
When you register for the session, you will be sent an email inviting you to register to use Talis Aspire. Please follow the link in the email to accept the invitation. This will give you access to the Resource List system.
If you can’t make this session
If you are interested in Resource Lists @ Edinburgh but can’t attend this session, please get in touch. We are happy to arrange alternative training sessions for individuals or small groups.
More information is available on the Resource Lists using Talis Aspire webpage and the ResourceLists@Edinburgh Blog.
Library Learning Services Assistant