Update 17 July – The reading list rollover cometh NOT!

Student carrying booksUpdate 17 July 2019 –

In light of Curriculum 2019 and subsequent changes to courses and units, we will not roll existing content over to the next academic year.  We will instead archive all 2018/19 reading lists at the end of the month.  This is currently expected to take place on 31 July 2019.

All archived units will remain accessible but you will need to search for each by its unit code to retrieve it from the archive.

We apologise for the misleading original Liblog and Staff Essentials posts (click “Read more” to read the original erroneous post).


Original message Do you manage an online reading list (or several)?  If so, then this post is for you!

The end of year reading list rollover is fast approaching.  All reading lists will roll over to show as current lists for the coming academic year towards the end of July (exact date to be confirmed).  If you are managing one or more reading lists, please could you check that you have:

  • published all draft lists that you want to use next year with this academic year’s date.  Only published lists with a 2018-19 publication date will roll over to appear in next year’s reading lists;
  • clicked “Request review” for any reading lists that have changed to invite your Faculty Librarian to ensure we have sufficient copies of the books and ebooks on your reading lists to meet student demand in the coming academic year.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your Faculty Librarian.

Assistant Librarian (Promotions) at the University Library. An enthusiastic advocate of libraries, diversity, inclusion, equity, and social justice for all, inside and outside the workplace.

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