Registering for the TTRB is easy and gives you access to the following benefits:
E-librarian: a registered user can send a question to the E-librarian and receive an individual response to their email address.
My Collections: save any articles that you have found into your own collections and organise these into folders as you like. When you return to the TTRB and login these entries will be available to you in the My TTRB area.
Email links: you can email friends and colleagues links to useful articles or whole folders that are stored in the “My Collections” feature.
A termly Newsletter: three times a year you will receive an email to remind you that the TTRB newsletter is available on the site. This service is optional so you can register and choose whether or not to receive emails from us.
Resource Suggestions: once you have registered and logged in the TTRB, your home page will present you with suggested articles. These are based on the articles that you have viewed recently and the articles that you have in your collection.
Ratings: you can give us feedback on the TTRB articles and E-librarian responses by answering the four brief rating questions.
Registering for the TTRB helps us to improve the service. It gives us an extra level of information about how the site is being used.