If you make scanned extracts from books, journals or magazines, or taken text or still images from works published in electronic format available to students, for example through Moodle, then you are required to report the copies you have made. We strongly …

Scanning for Moodle? Ask your Library to do it for you! Read more »

If any members of staff from the Portsmouth Business School would like to discuss reading lists, book ordering or any other library-related matters you will have the opportunity to see either Sue Stevenson or Lizzie Wildgoose every Friday afternoon from …

PBS staff drop-in sessions starting this Friday Read more »

Do you have a reading list that is dived by weeks or topics? We have a new way to embed articles, chapters, e-books and more into your Moodle page.  This means that the resources you want students to read each …

Two Library projects to help your students make the most of our resources Read more »

Update 03/08/15 – All reading lists should now have rolled over and be ready for you to edit from today.  If you have any queries or problems please contact linda.jones@port.ac.uk or paul.egan@port.ac.uk.   The Library is rolling over Talis Aspire …

Talis Aspire online reading lists roll over at 12 noon on Friday, 31 July Read more »

Due to essential maintenance to the Library catalogue on Tuesday, 30 June, shelf marks, printed book and journal availability information will be unavailable from the catalogue, Discovery Service and reading lists in the early morning.  All services are expected to be working normally by 10 …

Essential catalogue maintenance (Tuesday, 30 June) Read more »

63% of units now have their own online reading lists – an increase of 20% from last year.  This success is the result of the ongoing collaboration between your lecturers and your Library. Each online reading list allows us to take …

Critical reading is just a click away Read more »