Have a look through the digitisation related FAQs listed below for further information and guidance.
As module convenor, can I upload a personally digitised chapter or article into my Aspire reading list?
Can I use the same digitised chapter or article in another reading list and module I teach?
How can I make the digitisation process quicker?
How do I contact the Digitisation Service?
How do I request material to be digitised?
If I use the same digitised chapter or article in subsequent years, do I need to re-request the reading again for a module?
It has not been possible to digitise a reading for a module - what can a module convenor do?
What if I want more than one chapter from a book to be digitised for my reading list?
Who can apply to have items digitised for a module?
Why are library staff unable to digitise a reading I've selected for my Aspire reading list?
Can the digitisation service digitise a chapter or article if the library has the ebook or ejournal version?
Can the digitisation service source a chapter or article that the library does not stock?
How do library staff make digitised readings available to students?
How does the digitisation service work?
How much can be digitised for a module?
What are the benefits to digitising material on my reading list?
What are the details of the CLA licence which permits Information Services to digitise material?
What can be digitised under the Copyright Licensing Agency's Higher Education (CLA HE) Licence?
What cannot be digitised under the Copyright Licensing Agency's Higher Education (CLA HE) licence?
What is the Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA)?
What is the Digital Content Store (DCS)?
When will digitised material be available?
If you would like further information on the digitisation service or have any queries relating to a request, contact: