I want to create digital scans for online reading lists. How do I go about this?


iFind Reading supports the student digital experience by providing direct access to electronic content, live information on item availability, and integrated request options.

The Library Scanning Service produce digital copies from library print content under the CLA Licence so that students can benefit from online access to high-demand course reading.

For your online reading list we provide:

  • High-quality digital copies in text-searchable PDF format.
  • Digital scans are copyright compliant, securely stored and reported under the terms of the Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) Higher Education Licence.
  • User-friendly links to the scans in your iFind reading list to enable quick online access for students enrolled on your module.
To request digital copies, your module must have an associated iFind Reading list. Further information is available
Tags: Blackboard modules, CLA, digital scans, iFind Reading List, Scanning
Last update:
03-01-2019 16:28
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Caroline Rauter
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