Answered By: Clair Sharpe
Last Updated: Aug 31, 2016     Views: 99

If you make changes to the list that the library needs to know about e.g. recommending a new book we don't have, please communicate wit the library via Request review.

Reasons to Request review include:

  • You've added a new book to your list that we don't have and you want the library to order a copy.
  • Student numbers have increased - enter the new numbers as a Library note so we can check there are enough copies.
  • You've highlighted a book as Key. Each item on a list can be designated Key or Recommended or Background. You can decide these 'importances' and this will affect library purchasing decisions, the library buys multiple copies of Key texts.

Please be aware that there is a lead time of eight weeks for ordering books for the library.

From the list view, choose Review, Request review. If you are editing the list, the Request review option is below the Publish and Save Draft options in the right hand column.

If you have any questions or problems, please contact your Liaison Librarian.

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