Reading Lists – Challenge or Opportunity? [Event Ref. No. TG5/READ]
Reading lists are a perennial issue in the academic Library. Resource lists, book lists what are they in the first place? How do you ascertain what the academics are recommending to their students and what is the process of the Library finding this out? Is the Library being bypassed by the process? How do you meet the needs of students and staff in the reading list process? How do the reading lists systems relate to other library and university systems?
These and a range of issues will be explored at this cpd25 event. Speakers from a number of institutions will be discussing the issues and explaining how they have dealt with them.
Software suppliers from some of the major reading list products will also be attending.
Speakers confirmed include:
Gary Brewerton (LORLS)
Hannah Young (RefWorks and Moodle – building on Telstar)
Richard Cross (TalisAspire)
Anselm Nye (TalisAspire)
Jacqueline Chenin and Emma Delaney (Reading list strategies at UWE)
Alison Sharman (MyReading)
Sam Oakley (Rebus:List)
9.30-10.00 Registration with coffee, tea & biscuits
10.05-10.45 Talis Aspire
Anselm Nye Resources & Collections Manager Queen Mary University of London
10.45-11.25 RefWorks and Moodle – building on Telstar
Hannah Young Information Librarian – Law & Human Sciences Southampton Solent University
11.25-11.40 Coffee, tea & biscuits
11.40-12.20 Meeting the Reading List Challenge LORLS Loughborough Online Reading List System
Gary Brewerton Library System Manager Loughborough University
12.20-1.00 Reading list strategies at UWE
Jacqueline Chelin Deputy Librarian and UWE Learning and Teaching Fellow and Emma Delaney, Faculty Librarian for Environment and Technology
1.00-1.05 Rebus:List Nick Phipps
2.00-2.40 Talis Aspire
Richard Cross Resource Discovery and Innovation Team Manager, Libraries and Learning Resources, Nottingham Trent University
Alison Sharman University of Huddersfield
3.20-4.00 Rebus list at Swansea University
Sam Oakley Deputy Subject Librarian Swansea University
The Hardy & Burnside Rooms at the London Mathematical Society, 57-58 Russell Square, London WC1B 4HS; Website: www.lms.ac.uk
Please note that there are limited places available for this event.
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Cost: £90 for members and £135 for other institutions.
Cancellations less than one week before the event will be charged a 50% cancellation fee. In the event of a ‘no-show’ on the day, the full fee will be charged.