Quick Help guides for every aspect of using Aspire, the Library's online reading list software.
All new users should start with Getting Started With Aspire; then choose from the mini-guides for bookmarking different types of resource (books, chapters, journal articles, etc) and updating existing reading lists/creating new lists. There are further guides including how to link your Aspire reading list to your Moodle course, and how to generate a Harvard bibliography from your list, and a Quick Reminder checklist of all the key steps.
All are available both as Word and PDF.
Also linked to is Dan Croft's guide What is a Reading List For?, which will help you think about how best to ensure that your students' reading aligns with your module's learning outcomes.
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Getting started with Moodle (General Guides for Students). Includes both a full version and 5 sections. Getting Started with Moodle (Full): Total Time 7.30 [Includes MP4 Video, MP3 Audio, and Full Text]. Individual Sections: 1. Why do I need Moodle?: Section time 1.16 [Includes MP4 Video and Full Text]; 2. Where is Moodle?: Section time 1.17 [Includes MP4 Video and Full Text]; 3. Okay, I’m logged-in...now what?: Section time 2.17 [Includes MP4 Video and Full Text]; 4. What will my Moodle course look like?: Section time 1.08 [Includes MP4 Video and Full Text];
5. How do I navigate my Moodle course?: Section time 1.53 [Includes MP4 Video and Full Text].
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