By Hazel M Ingrey, on 26 January 2017
Happy new year! 2016 was a good year for ReadingLists@UCL.
Here is our year in numbers
- 2705 lists were set up by December 2016. Which represented:
- 57% of all taught modules having an online reading list.
- 407,545 visits (January – December 2016) which equated to:
- 1,528,024 page views
If you are interested in the number of visitors to your reading list, log in to the list and click on the green ‘Dashboard’ button. It will show the number of page views and how many times each reading has been clicked on in the past 30 days.
You prefer a story to figures?
In this film clip, an academic and student at the Shakespeare Institute, Birmingham, discuss their online reading lists and why they are helpful to their teaching and learning, respectively. They use the same reading list software as UCL, but with a different name. (Length: 3 minutes 53 seconds).
Make a new year resolution
… to guide your students better in 2017 by setting up an online reading list, or updating an existing one.
The TLS team in the library are very happy to help, or drop in to our Senate House office on a Wednesday afternoon for a hands-on session. You could walk away with a list set up and completed! Something ticked off your to do list: a good start to the year.