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Hands-on sessions in June bookable via MyEd

We’ve organised two hands-on sessions in June to introduce Resource Lists @ Edinburgh using Talis Aspire. Sessions are bookable via MyEd.

The sessions will begin with an Introduction to the Resource List system followed by a hands-on workshop where attendees will be able to try out the system and start creating their own Resource Lists with the support and guidance of Library Staff.

The sessions are open to all Course Organisers, Programme Directors, College/School IT staff or Admin staff and Library staff who may create lists on behalf of others.


Wed 18th June 2014: 2-4pm, Main Library, George Square, Training Rm 1.12

Wed 25th June 2014: 2-4pm, Main Library, George Square, Training Rm 1.08

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 either of these dates

If you are interested in Resource Lists @ Edinburgh but can’t attend on these dates, please get in touch. We are happy to arrange alternative training sessions for individuals or small groups.

More information on Resource Lists @ Edinburgh is available on the IS website:  http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/information-services/research-teaching-staff/resource-lists

Angela Laurins, Library Learning Services