What is KeyLinks?
KeyLinks is a reading list management system which allows teaching staff to create, curate, organise and manage content in the course reading lists for students to access and use online. It accommodates a wide range of material in physical or online formats within reading lists. KeyLInks also integrates with our library systems, databases and the CLA’s Digital Content Store (used for our scanned extracts from print).
How can I access KeyLinks?
KeyLinks can be accessed online here.
What can be included in a KeyLinks reading list?
KeyLinks lists can link to all material that is usually found in course reading lists, including print and eBooks, digitised readings, journal articles, video content, weblinks and more. These lists can be structured and prioritised in any way deemed suitable. Online content (eBooks, digitised readings, journal articles, etc.) is directly linked to via KeyLinks, making it easy for students to access their readings electronically.
Can I edit my reading list once it's been put in KeyLinks?
Yes. The Library encourages all teaching staff to update, maintain and edit their reading lists within the KeyLinks software. For training on the software or if you have any questions, contact your Subject Librarian.
Why is there no reading list for my unit in KeyLinks?
This is done on request. Reading lists can be set up in KeyLinks by your Subject Librarian and can be edited and managed by you. Contact your Subject Librarian for assistance.