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About Reading List
Reading List is a reading/resource management system, which allows you to create, manage and evaluate unit readings:
Create one Reading List for your unit
Organise readings in sections, as per your unit content (for example weekly or by topic)
Re-use an existing Reading List and edit it for the next semester or another unit with similar readings
Create your Reading List from your Learnline unit
Store articles for future use
Request a chapter to be digitised from within the Reading List
Request a resource to be purchased from within the Reading List
Each Learnline unit has a link to Reading List in the unit tools (BB Ultra) or the main menu (BB Original).
Instructions on how to create your Reading Lists are in this guide. For any question, please contact the library at firstname.lastname@example.org
This video clip provides a brief overview of Reading List (a more detailed video clip is provided at the bottom of this page):
Reading List workflow
From your Learnline unit, access the Reading List link in the unit tools (BB Ultra) or Reading List in the main menu (BB Original)
Create the Reading List
Populate the Reading List by adding resources from Library Search and other resources
Send the list to the library for review
The library will check your list, purchase resources if required, fulfill digitisation requests, ensure the list is copyright compliant, etc.
Once all items are approved, the library will publish your list
Make the Reading List visible to your students in your unit
Introduction to Reading List
This video provides an overview of Reading List from the view of students (0-3:58 mins.), instructors/academics (3:58-10:30 mins.) and the library (10:30-17:45 mins.).
Reading List workshop recording
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