- Reading list service appraisal: the Brunel experience by Leslie Bolsover (Brunel University London)
- Leganto reading lists: Making the library a true partner in teaching and learning by Tamar Sadeh (Ex Libris, a Proquest Company)
- Meeting demands and managing expectations with reading lists by Hannah Groom (University of Essex)
- Group discussion: What roles does, should and shouldn’t the Library play in managing reading lists?
- Behind the Scenes: An operational view of the reading list challenge by Natalia Gordon (Leeds Beckett University)
- Talis Aspire: Efficiency, Inclusivity and Magic by Jeremy Baines and Paul Dibble (Talis)
- RIE-ding lists: A Rapid Improvement Exercise for provision of teaching materials by Emma Shaw and Gavin Phillips (Imperial College London)
- Students’ use of reading lists: a survey by Kirsty Woodward and Paul Conway (Sheffield Hallam University)
- Let’s focus on the students, evaluating online reading lists: the student experience by Cheryl Gardner and Gillian Siddall (University of Northampton)
- Introducing KeyLinks! by Meghan Mazella (Copyright Licensing Agency)
- ResourceLists@Bham: Keeping the Magic Alive by Polly Harper (University of Birmingham)
- Group discussion: What were your motivations for implementing a reading list solution and did it deliver on them?
- Understanding Academics – what do people want from a new reading list system? By Elizabeth Simpson (University of York)
- Engagement and Expectation: Resource Lists at the University of Roehampton by Iona Preston and Amy Rippon (University of Roehampton)
- Killing 2 birds: providing online reading lists using Mendeley by Catherine Scutt and Katherine Steiner (University of Oxford)
- E-first as a way of meeting the demand by Faye Cleminson (University of Lincoln)
Feedback from attendees
Really useful event. Learnt lots from others. Great presentations. Well organised. It’s a really good informal format.
Very grateful that Loughborough runs this at such low cost. Many thanks as ever.
Excellent information- lots of great ideas to take away and apply, reflect on, share etc. Great food too. Enjoyed very much 10/10.
First time at the event and really enjoyed it. Shorter presentations work well and allow for dissemination of lots of info, as well as discussion. Great stuff.
(controversial) Less cake!