The Resource LibraryWhatever your level, whatever the subject, whatever the topic, the TSR Resource Library has something useful for you.
Every resource created by students goes into the online TSR Resource Library. These might be mindmaps, revision cards, quizzes or notes made using the TSR Learning Tools or uploaded files and online recommendations by the TSR Community. Together they make up one of the most extensive and useful collections of learning resources.
Finding exactly what you need – quickly
There are over 200,000 resources in the Library and they can be filtered by level, subject, exam board, topic, resource type and date. So if you want flashcards for AQA A-level English Literature about The Great Gatsby you’ll be able to go straight to them.
Putting quality first
You want the best resources to appear right at the top of your search results. That’s why students are able to rate every resource in the Library out of five. The five start resources will always appear first, the four stars second and so on. In addition thousands of teachers are active in the Resource Library. They are able to recommend resources and their recommendations will always appear first in your search – after all, teachers should be the best judges of quality and usefulness.
Audio and Video
Watching video and listening to podcasts are really popular as part of revision. Sometimes visual explanations make something much clearer than reading pages of text.
TSR members have uploaded over 2000 videos and podcasts into the Resource Library.
Documents and Presentations
Some of the most detailed and highly recommended resources come in the form of extensive and detailed documents and presentations. Sometimes these might be notes on an entire course. Or presentations that use amazing visual effects to make a topic really clear and easily understood.
TSR members have uploaded over 8500 presentations and 25,000 documents into the Resource Library.
Help make the TSR Resource Library even better
Students just like you created this huge Resource Library and everyone can play a role in making it better.
• Create and share your own resources using the TSR Learning Tools (if you don’t want to share them that’s fine – you can save them as ‘unpublished’).
• Found something fantastic? Rate the resources you come across so other users get a quick idea of their quality.
Find out where yours ranks...