READING LISTS ONLINE: Information for Academics
Reading Lists Online provide easy access to your reading lists. They show the location and availability of print books and link to electronic books, articles and websites, videos and digitised chapters.
Items on a list may be tagged with ‘Essential’, ‘Recommended’ or ‘Further reading’. Any essential or recommended items will be given priority by libraries when purchasing copies (usually in e-format).
HELPDESK : firstname.lastname@example.org
Roles in creating Reading Lists Online using Leganto
Course (academic or administrative) organisers: (For academics who wish to create their own reading lists in the Leganto System, see instructions at the top of the page)
CUSU Education Rep:
“I like the labelling of 'required reading' and 'further reading', that they can specify book chapter or book (and that there's space to make comments like specifying further which pages are useful), and that they can add content notes. They're very slick and I would have found them so helpful during my degree instead of having to manually search for each book and then scanned chapters being in a different place on Moodle - so I never checked them.”
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