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ReadingList: Home

The Library has a new “ReadingList” tool, that 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. 

 

 

Highlights of this tool -- ReadingList include:

  • Easy to use: structured, annotated reading lists that are easy to share and maintain
  • Intuitive user interface that could be available on any device
  • Save faculty time through workflows for creating, sharing, and maintaining lists year after year
  • Identification of Library holdings: automatic identification of resources that the library owns or is already subscribing to; maximizing the use of library-owned resources
  • Reading lists that can include all material types, including dynamic linking to full texts
  • Potential to improve copyright compliance
  • Interactive: interface for students to share feedback and suggest items

For enquiries, please contact your Faculty Liaison Librarian.

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Login from Blackboard

Login from Blackboard and create a reading list for your course.

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View and annotating citations details

Annotate the details of your reading list citations. e.g. Communicate with Library or write public notes for students.

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Associate reading list with courses

Associate an existing List with a course in the Academic Year.

02

Add citations via LibrarySearch

Search via LibrarySearch and other resources for titles to add as citations to your course's reading list.

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Publishing a reading list

Publish your reading list to make it available for students, and optionally share it with guests. After publishing, the Library will start processing the list.

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Copyright Issues

What you need to know about Copyright and your reading list.

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Add citations from web via Cite It!

Install the "Cite It!" widget on your browser toolbar, and use it to easily add citations from the web.

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Reuse a reading list

Reuse a reading list to another course.

 

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Usage report

View student usage reports and see how engaged they are.