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Reading List Support Material: Digitisation requests

Updated guide!

The bookmarklet tool

To add items to your reading list you will need to have bookmarklet tool installed. See the Getting Started page for instructions on how to do this and how to get permissions for editing your lists.

Requesting an article for digitisation

Reading lists are the route for requesting digitised materials.

To request a digitisation you need to add a Note for library.

You can do this if you are adding a new item to the list once you have clicked on Image of the Create and add to list button by completing the Note for library box, e.g. 

Image of an example library note requesting digitisation

Alternatively if the item is already on your list, click on the 3 dots to the right of the item and add a Note for library:

Image of the Editing a library note

Copyright

Please read before requesting digitisation

Digitisation requests must comply with Copyright Licensing Agency terms.  

A digitisation can only be used on the module, and reading list, for which it was created. If you need to use a digitisation on more than one module, you need to request it for each module reading list. Copying and pasting the link will not work. 

The CLA audits digitisations each year and the University must adhere to the licence in order to maintain this service.

See our Copyright guide for further information.

Publishing and Reviewing

When you have finished any changes to your list please remember to click on  Image of the Publish button

If you have any book order or digitisation requests please also click on  request review icon

Useful tip!

If you don't see the bookmark you've created when you go into your reading list, click on the refresh button from your browser Image of the refresh button