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Sussex Library online reading lists guide

Please read our "reading lists in lockdown" page 
before engaging with your list this term.
 

Structuring lists by sections

Structuring lists by sections

Use 'Sections' to organise your materials into any structure that suits your module teaching. When you log in to Talis Aspire, you will see the option to Add a Section when you hover your mouse over the list.

  • Sections can be placed one after another, and you can also place sections within sections: so for example you might want to make a Week 1 section and then insert 'Essential' and 'Recommended' sections within it.
  • You will be prompted to give the section a title, e.g. 'Week 1'. The description is optional but can be used to give more context to the week.

  • Click save

Rearranging sections

Rearranging sections

You can easily move sections of your reading list around.

  • Go to Edit - Edit List (classic)

  • Under the title there is a 'Table of Contents'. Click on [Show]

  • All of your sections will appear. Use the four-directional arrow to drag and drop the sections into the required place.
  • Don't forget to go back and rename the sections, i.e. if you moved Week 1's readings to Week 9, Week 2 would need to be the new Week 1, and so on.

Editing or deleting sections

Editing or deleting sections

 

  • Click on the dotted menu icon next to items and sections on your reading list.

  • Click "edit" to edit the name of the sections. 

  • Click "delete" to remove sections.