Resource list updates

Library study centre

Resource Lists remain the preferred route for managing the provision of resources to students, and these lists drive the requests and acquisitions workflows for individual titles and resources provided by the LLC. In response to Covid-19 and the move to blended module provision in Semester 1 20/21, all 'Essential Reading' items should be available online, and the LLC Resources teams are working to identify and license online versions, digitisations, and alternative formats.

Academic colleagues are asked to urgently review the 'Essential Reading' sections of Reading Lists by 16th July to remove items not required online, and to note new requests for resources or online resources they have identified:

Login to review Resource Lists 

After this point, the LLC will temporarily freeze lists while making adjustments to start a mediated service to from August onwards. LLC Resources Team staff will review all lists to convert print items to online resource links where possible and discuss alternate options with academic colleagues where online options cannot be sourced. National framework negotiations are underway with etextbook suppliers and where possible chapters will be digitised as cost effective resources.

Existing Online Resource Provision

Information about existing resources can help module leaders identify suitable material for blended learning approached in 20/21:

Types of Scholarly Resources 

Video, image, and sound resources

Ebook collections 





Resources Support

Queries about any scholarly resource provision can be directed to the LLC Resources Team at

Digital Skills and Resources staff from the LLC are also available for weekly drop-in sessions.

Come along to any drop in session on Wednesdays 12 noon - 1pm to get support with identifying suitable eresources, editing existing resource lists and compiling new lists:

Weekly, Wednesday 12-1

In our Collaborate drop-in room 

The Research & Resources Division of the LLC&CI will be updating a new blog with details of newly licensed scholarly resources, open educational resources, and highlighting existing provision and content:

Access Research & Resources Blog