The rollover is complete! All your 2022-23 reading lists have been archived and a copy created for 2023-24, which you can edit straight away.
- If modules are not running this year, please let us know so we can archive the list. This hides it from view to avoid confusion and also saves it for future re-use.
- To set up new lists get in touchor see our Getting Started
Over the summer you can prepare your reading lists for the new academic year: you just need to review, edit and publish!
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Do my digitised readings also roll forward?
When your new list is created, the digitised readings (digitised under the CLA licence and added to your list by the TLS team) also copy forward. There is a separate, behind-the-scenes process in July/August where the readings are re-checked automatically for the coming year. If your module is not running let us know so we can archive the digitised readings, ready for another year.
If any digitised readings were not digitised under the CLA licence, but instead had direct copyright permission granted then the links to these readings will temporarily break. TLS need to re-request copyright permission for the coming year and re-instate the links to the digital reading. This is a task that TLS does annually and they will be in touch if your readings are affected.
What if I or my students need access to the 22/23 version of the list?
If you ever need to refer back to your 2022/23 list for any reason please let us know. We can recover it from the archive if necessary.
Please do request a review of your reading list once you have updated your list for the next academic period. Please drop us a line for more details.
Where can I find further support?
General advice and guidance on reading lists can be found on the ReadingLists@UCL Libguide.
If you have any questions about the rollover process, or have any questions on anything to do with reading lists at UCL, please drop us a line.
We also offer informal in-person sessions (either over Teams or in person), where you can refresh your knowledge of any aspect of ReadingLists@UCL with an expert member of the TLS team. Interested? Send us an email and we’ll arrange a session.
If you want to set up a new reading list please complete this webform and we’ll set it up for you.