The reading list system was 'rolled over' for the 2023/24 academic year in June. This process made a new copy of each previously published 2022/23 reading list for use during 2023/24.
If you are a list owner then in order for students to see the list you must republish the 23/24 list, even if you have made no edits.
Publish the list by clicking the ‘Publish’ button.
The 2022/23 reading lists will also continue to be visible until September 2023, at which point they will be archived.
If you need any support or advice with your reading list(s), contact your Academic Liaison Librarian.
The reading lists system, Talis, is a list of core reading (required, or mandatory reading), or additional reading for your module, or programme. Talis is your way of ordering books, e-books, DVDs and other resources for your students for teaching purposes.
Although they are called 'reading lists', you list may contain a variety of sources including videos, web links, images, as well as links to books, ebooks and journal articles.
Reading lists will be available online, accessed through WebLearn, or directly on https://londonmet.rl.talis.com/index.html?lang=en
You can access the materials on your reading lists from the Library.
They're a key way of encouraging engagement with resources as they let students plan their study with access to required module reading and can link to electronic resources and live library catalogue records.
Your reading list determines what we order and how many copies we buy for your students.
Each term, we'll email you to remind you to update your reading lists. You need to:
We’ll process every list you publish. The earlier you publish your list, the better the chance we have of delivering your resources for the beginning of term and we'll tell you if there's anything we're unable to buy.
During our peak ordering period: we’ll review lists in the order they arrive but delivery time may be longer.