Your subject-specific guide to using library resources.
You can structure your list using different headings, for example:
If you need additional information on possible structures please consult our Reading List Guidelines. There are also templates based within the Reading List system which suggest different headings and layouts you may want to use.
Within your reading list, you can click on 'New section' and enter the headings you want.
Remember you will still be required to tag each item using the Essential, Recommended or Background tags.
You can add a note to items on your reading list which provide additional information.
Public notes can be viewed by anyone with access to the reading list.
Private notes can only be viewed by you.
To add a note:
Items with public notes will display the text of the note under the item in list view.
Example notes, e.g. adding a book then using the note field to indicate “Please read: Chapter 2, pages 125-139”
If you have a large number of sections on your list, it is easier to collapse or expand each section to limit what you are seeing on the screen.
In the list, click on the drop-down arrow next to each heading to expand or collapse.
Or you can toggle the whole list and collapse all items within each heading.
If you want to edit an item on your list (perhaps add a note for your students, change the format of an item from Book to eBook, or recommend a chapter or page numbers) then:
If you want to delete an item from your list (perhaps to replace it with a later edition, or because you no longer wish your students to consult it) then:
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