What do students really think of Talis Aspire Reading Lists?

We asked students from Nottingham Trent University and the University of Nottingham what they thought of Talis Aspire Reading Lists. We discussed how they use the lists as part of their studies and how they are introduced to them by the academic, they also told us what they like most about the lists and how they like their lists to be structured and used by the academic.

Lauren, a final year Business Management and Human Resources student at Nottingham Trent University spoke to us from their recently developed library, where she spends a lot of her study time due to the facilities, computers and group study areas.

She told us that the most important part of the course is the resources; the books, textbooks, web articles and journals. For her, it’s particularly important that these are online and accessible through the resource list.

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