Reading Lists Online is a web-based system designed to manage reading lists through a single online application.
Please see our RLO In-Depth Guide 1.1 [PDF 1,871KB] for step by step instructions for getting started with RLO. This will guide you from creating a new reading list to embedding your completed list on QMplus, and includes a full explanation of the review process.
For further information and training please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can now request accessible, copyright compliant scans of print material held in either Mile End Library or Whitechapel Library directly via Reading Lists Online.
Your request will be automatically checked for copyright compliance and referred to library staff. Books will be sent from the Library to The Copy Shop on a weekly basis. Unfortunately, we won’t be able to send books which are on one day loan for scanning if there is only one copy on the shelf. The completed scan will be attached to your reading list item and you will receive an email notification when this process is complete. Library staff will contact you if any further information is required.
For a full step by step guide to digitisation requests, and information about providing your own scans, please see the RLO In-Depth Guide 1.1 [PDF 1,871KB].
If there are books on your reading list the library does not provide access to, you can submit your list for review. Library staff will check all books and book chapters on your list and purchase ebooks where possible, and contact you about any further information required. Reviews will not cover journal articles or any other formats such as videos or free online content. If there is a journal article on your reading list that the library does not have access to, please submit a digitisation request and we will obtain a copyright-cleared copy where possible.
Full details of the review process can be found in the RLO In-Depth Guide 1.1 [PDF 1,871KB].