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 [[http://​blog.lboro.ac.uk/​mtrlc/​reading-list|Further citations]] (a fuller list of citation from the '​Meeting the Reading List Challenge'​ website) [[http://​blog.lboro.ac.uk/​mtrlc/​reading-list|Further citations]] (a fuller list of citation from the '​Meeting the Reading List Challenge'​ website)
  
-[[https://​talis.com/​2019/​10/​14/​digital-first-and-student-success-with-talis-aspire-at-northumbria-university/​|Digital-first and student success with Talis Aspire at Northumbria University]]. by Natalie Naik. 14 October 2019+**[[https://​talis.com/​2019/​10/​14/​digital-first-and-student-success-with-talis-aspire-at-northumbria-university/​|Digital-first and student success with Talis Aspire at Northumbria University]]** . by Natalie Naik. 14 October 2019
  
-The library at Northumbria University and Talis have worked in partnership to develop library analytics for student success. The university ​ has been working with the Civitas Learning student success analytics solution. Blog post The blog links to a more in depth white paper:-+The library at Northumbria University and Talis have worked in partnership to develop library analytics for student success. The university has been working with the Civitas Learning student success analytics solution. Blog post The blog links to a more in depth white paper:-
  
 “At Northumbria University, an institutional Educational Analytics project in partnership with Civitas Learning required sources of data from across the university to supply a custom predictive model designed to generate actionable insight and facilitate intervention. Given academic libraries are multidisciplinary resources used by all students and that sector research has previously demonstrated the relationship between library use and student success we felt we had a clear value proposition to offer to our University’s Educational Analytics project and in so doing, a chance to make a new contribution to student success.” “At Northumbria University, an institutional Educational Analytics project in partnership with Civitas Learning required sources of data from across the university to supply a custom predictive model designed to generate actionable insight and facilitate intervention. Given academic libraries are multidisciplinary resources used by all students and that sector research has previously demonstrated the relationship between library use and student success we felt we had a clear value proposition to offer to our University’s Educational Analytics project and in so doing, a chance to make a new contribution to student success.”
  
-It highlights ​ the central role for Library centric reading list solutions (Northumbria use Talis Aspire:\\+It highlights the central role for Library centric reading list solutions (Northumbria use Talis Aspire:\\
 “Through our long-term partnership with faculty, our reading list service had achieved a critical mass of content and had become a key online destination for students, attracting a wide range of student learning activity in one place”.\\ “Through our long-term partnership with faculty, our reading list service had achieved a critical mass of content and had become a key online destination for students, attracting a wide range of student learning activity in one place”.\\
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-[[http://​www.kenchadconsulting.com/​wp-content/​uploads/​2018/​07/​Rise_of_library_centric-_readlinglists_July2018.pdf|The rise of library centric reading list systems]].\\+**[[http://​www.kenchadconsulting.com/​wp-content/​uploads/​2018/​07/​Rise_of_library_centric-_readlinglists_July2018.pdf|The rise of library centric reading list systems]].** \\
 By Ken Chad. Higher Education Library Technology (HELibTech) Briefing Paper no.5 . July 2018\\ By Ken Chad. Higher Education Library Technology (HELibTech) Briefing Paper no.5 . July 2018\\
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 The last five years have seen a sizable increase in the number of universities in the UK, Australia and New Zealand deploying library centric reading lists solutions. A notable change in the last year or so is that library resource list solutions are beginning to be adopted in the US. The paper suggests that reading/​resource list systems will have a major impact on the global library technology market just as library ‘discovery services’ did over a decade ago. The paper analyses the impact of reading list solutions on students, academics/​faculty,​ the library and the library supply chain. It looks to future developments including the more extensive use of analytics and the increasing role of reading lists in pedagogical ‘scaffolding’. The last five years have seen a sizable increase in the number of universities in the UK, Australia and New Zealand deploying library centric reading lists solutions. A notable change in the last year or so is that library resource list solutions are beginning to be adopted in the US. The paper suggests that reading/​resource list systems will have a major impact on the global library technology market just as library ‘discovery services’ did over a decade ago. The paper analyses the impact of reading list solutions on students, academics/​faculty,​ the library and the library supply chain. It looks to future developments including the more extensive use of analytics and the increasing role of reading lists in pedagogical ‘scaffolding’.
  
-[[https://​campuspress.uwl.ac.uk/​cbtips/​2018/​04/​12/​creating-effective-and-interesting-reading-lists/​|Creating effective and interesting reading lists]].+**[[https://​campuspress.uwl.ac.uk/​cbtips/​2018/​04/​12/​creating-effective-and-interesting-reading-lists/​|Creating effective and interesting reading lists]].**
  
 Edyta Krol University of West London Coffee Break Tips [blog] 2017 Edyta Krol University of West London Coffee Break Tips [blog] 2017
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 VALA2016, Melbourne.\\ VALA2016, Melbourne.\\
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-**[[http://​sro.sussex.ac.uk/​49064/​|"​Gloriously straightforward!":​ removing barriers to resource discovery]]** . By Suzanne Tatham. In: 2nd CILIP ARLG Study Conference - The Final Frontier, 23-25 June 2014, University of Sussex.\\+**[[http://​sro.sussex.ac.uk/​49064/​|"​Gloriously straightforward!":​ removing barriers to resource discovery]]**. By Suzanne Tatham. In: 2nd CILIP ARLG Study Conference - The Final Frontier, 23-25 June 2014, University of Sussex.\\
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 "In this workshop for the CILIP 2014 ARLG conference, we explored some of the issues around resource discovery, looking specifically at the barriers created by having multiple systems, interfaces and points of access. We discussed whether there is more we can do to help students to find the materials they need for their studies.\\ "In this workshop for the CILIP 2014 ARLG conference, we explored some of the issues around resource discovery, looking specifically at the barriers created by having multiple systems, interfaces and points of access. We discussed whether there is more we can do to help students to find the materials they need for their studies.\\
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