The rise of library centric reading list systems

A report has been published on the rise of reading list systems within Higher Education, examining their impact, how they are being used across different areas of the university and how they will continue to make a difference to student experience in years to come.

The report was written by Ken Chad, a consultant who works to help with strategy, innovation and reviewing systems in order to help make libraries more effective. He has worked in libraries, as well as with software businesses, he is now the director of Ken Chad Consulting.

The report looks at three key areas:

Motivations for deploying a reading list solution

Ken examines the role a reading list plays within the structure of the university, and how this can streamline workflows. Speaking to librarians from universities from the UK and Asia-Pacific regions, he explores how the implementation of reading lists can often be a strategic decision.

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