Answered By: Adele Beeken Last Updated: 11 Jun 2021 Views: 6
You will not be able to edit reading lists for five days before and during the rollover process to allow us to publish and prepare the lists.
Reading Lists will remain visible to all users during the rollover process. Links from within Blackboard and links to resources will remain active and usable.
No. If you have previously requested any digitised readings these will be available on the 2021-2022 lists in time for the new academic year, with a few exceptions:
- We occasionally have to remove previously allowed digitised readings as license terms change - we will contact you if any of your requests fall in to this category.
- Any exceptions to the copyright licence under the covid-19 amendment will end on July 31st. If you have previously requested two chapters from a book by this scheme then please be aware you can now only have one chapter available as a digitised reading.
You may remove or request additional digitised readings for your list.
If you use the standard reading list menu link then you do not need to do anything.
If you use the "Talis Reading List Content Tool" to add weekly readings you may want to check any sections are linking to the correct list, and relink where necessary.
Please note: if you are participating in the Blackboard Ultra trial you may want to discuss your reading lists with your Academic Subject Librarian.