Talis Aspire: course reading lists

Information to help academic staff create course reading material lists and manage copyright compliance.

Example 1: Bookmarking a print book from Te Waharoa

  1. Open a browser tab to search for resources.
  2. Search and find the book in Te Waharoa.
  3. Click on the title of the book to bring up the individual record.
  4. Click on the Details tab to bring up the best metadata for the item.
  5. Click the Add to My Bookmarks option on your favourites toolbar.
  6. A bookmarking screen will appear including the bibliographic details of the resource.
  7. Review the metadata and check for accuracy and completeness. Add extra fields if necessary.
  8. Click Create & Add to List.
  9. Complete the Create & Add to List options and set the level of Importance.


     
  10. If you require a portion of this book to be digitised, select Request digitisation from Edit List view on the bookmark and complete required fields.

Example 2: Bookmarking a book chapter

  1. Search and find the book in Te Waharoa.
  2. Click on the title of the book to view the individual record.
  3. Click on the Details tab to bring up the best metadata for the item.
  4. Click the Add to My Bookmarks option on your favourites toolbar.
  5. Add Field Has part (chapter, article etc)
  6. Enter chapter information
  7. Click Create & Add to List. Specify where in the list the bookmark should be added.
  8. Enter the chapter details in the Note for Student field and set the level of Importance.
     

Example 3: Bookmarking an electronic journal article

  1. From a database results screen, click on the title of the article.
  2. Bookmark from here, not the PDF.
  3. Check that the Online Resource box is ticked in the bookmark record.
  4. Accept the default option offered from the pop-up box, eg, DOI.
  5. Click on Create & Add to List.
  6. Complete the Create & Add to List options and set the level of Importance.
     

 

Example 4: Bookmarking a YouTube video (using Viewpure)

  1. Find the relevant video on YouTube.
  2. Go to Share option and copy the URL for the video.
  3. Go to viewpure.com and paste in the URL (this gives you a clean page to view the video).
  4. Click the Add to My Bookmarks bookmarklet on your browser toolbar.
  5. Check and edit the title if required as YouTube videos may bookmark with insufficient title information and ensure type is Audio-visual document.
  6. Check that the Online Resource box is ticked in the bookmark record.
  7. Click on Create & Add to List.
  8. Complete the Create & Add to List options and set the level of Importance.