|IDS Alumni Ambassadors Group|
The Alumni Bookshelf is available to all IDS Alumni past, present and future.
We are encouraging students and alumni to share their papers and books (including authored chapters and edited collections) to help educate, inform and widen other people's perspectives on a wide range of subjects.
For online members it's easy to login and share your file or link to your book - see below.
Alternatively, email me a short description of your paper or book, with the link, your name, and your IDS course.
2. Click the share resources button below the IDS Alumni Resources description.
3. Here is where you can upload your book. You can either select the file (A) or share the link (B) to your book, here you need to name it (C) and select the category IDS Alumni Bookshelf (D) and then upload it (E).
4. Add a short description. It would be helpful if you could email me the short description with the title of your resource, which I will add to the resource description manually.
If you are struggling to upload the details I can help - please email me, making sure to attach the file or link that you want to upload and what title you wish it to be named under, along with your name and IDS course details.
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