1. What browsers are recommended to work with the ReadingList?
Chrome or Firefox are recommended. Starting from May 2021, ReadingList does not support Internet Explorer. For further details, see Product Accessibility of Leganto.
2. There is a display “Reading List" in one of my courses, what is it?
This is a new “ReadingList” tool, which aims to make it easy and engaging to create, access, and manage reading lists. Staff can build, maintain, and share reading lists on Blackboard; librarians can provide resources more efficiently and scale up to support more courses, and more importantly, students can access all course materials in one place.
3. Can I add a book chapter to the list?
You cannot put a direct link to a book chapter but you can add the book title to the list. Then in the full record, add a “Public note” with chapter information.
You can use the “Create” tab to input the resources information into your list.
The Library will order the online version if available and only order one copy of the print if the online version is not available.
Login to Blackboard and go to Course page and click the link “ReadingList”, it will bring you to the ReadingList Platform. To place an item on Course Reserves:
The location options include: Architecture Library, Chung Chi College Elisabeth Luce Moore Library, New Asia College Ch’ien Mu Library, Li Ping Medical Library, Legal Resources Centre, United College Wu Chung Library, University Library and Law Library.
The loan period options include: 2 hours, 4 hours, 1 day, 3 days and 7 days.
Depending on the availability of the items concerned, the library will process course reserves requests within 2 working days after receiving requests. However, please allow more time for the Library to process the requests at the beginning of the semester when there is a large number of requests received at the same time. Longer processing time is also expected for library items which have been borrowed by library users. Course reserves requests are processed in the order they are received. There will be no priority given to requests submitted after the semester has started.
You can use the "Discussion" function on the right-hand side of the screen. Simply select “Library Discussion”, add your comment and click "SUBMIT COMMENT" to complete. Or you can contact your Faculty Liaison Librarians for assistance.
The sooner the better, as it will take 6-8 weeks to order and receive a new print book from overseas.
Yes, you can. Please read “Reuse a reading list to another course".
You can contact your Faculty Liaison Librarians for assistance.
You can see your course reading list located on the left hand size panel once you login to you blackboard course page.
Or you can click the Reading Lists button on the Library homepage.
You may click on the item to view the status and availability.
Not all courses will have a reading list. If it's not available in the course programme, and the instructor did not create one, there will be no list available there. If there should be a list and it is still not visible, please contact your Faculty Liaison Librarians for assistance.
An article may be held in a few different Library databases and therefore you may see multiple links to the resource. It does not matter which link you click on, they will take you to the same article.
For an electronic article item, click on the article title and then click “View online” to access the full text content.