This guide is intended to provide you with enough information to get you started on creating your own online reading lists using the Talis Aspire reading lists system. For access to our online Reading Lists system go to: http://reading.ac.uk/library/readinglists
Overseas campuses/partner institutions
Please note that currently the online Reading Lists system should only be used for modules delivered within the UK (i.e. at Whiteknights or London Road), as the University Library availability information linked to each print item and our e-resource licensing restrictions preclude the use of this software for modules taught at our overseas partnership institutions/campuses.
Raising student satisfaction with Library resources is one of our highest priorities so publish your reading list in good time to ensure that:
If you are new to the system, the first two things you should focus on are:
If you haven't received an 'invitation' to set up your profile on the system, please contact your subject liaison librarian.
Start by making a 'Key Readings, list for your module, see our 3 step guide