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If you make changes to the list that the library needs to know about, please communicate with the library by requesting a Review

You’ll see a banner at the top of your list, saying: Unpublished changes! Your changes have been saved, but not published.  If you would like the library reading lists team to review the list of changes, please first select Publish on that banner and then Request review from Edit dropdown menu. 


Reasons to choose Review & Publish:

  • You’ve added a new book to your list 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 and want the library to buy an eBook. 

Please make sure you’ve finished making changes to your list and send the final version for review.

The library Reading List Support Team will check your list and order new books etc. as necessary assigning a review outcome to each item reviewed.  They will update you by email when the review is complete and send you a spreadsheet of review outcomes, such as 'Online Resource Added'  or ‘Limited licence eBook’ alongside a review outcomes breakdown detailing what that outcome means and what further actions you may need to take.  Their email address is

Please be aware that there is a lead time of eight weeks for ordering print books for the library.  EBooks may be made available more quickly.  The library will try and source eBook versions whenever possible, particularly for Key items. If no eBook is available, you can recommend that a chapter be digitised and added to your reading list. 

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

N.B. To review online programmes lists with our E-Learning partners (e.g. Kaplan Open Learning), or related readings enquiries please contact the E-Learning Librarian to request a review, rather than using the review tool.

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