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Reading List: Adding links to Learning Materials

Creating unit reading lists

Linking from Learning Materials to readings

If you would like to make your Learning Materials more interactive, put links to the Reading List, sections of the Reading List or to specific readings into your Learning Materials. There is no need to provide lengthy references with links in your Learning Materials.

You could link to a specific reading by putting something like this into your Learning Material: Please read the article by Jones (2020).

Then embed the link to the reading in 'Jones (2020)'. 

1) Add readings to your Reading List  

2) Behind the Reading List title, each Section title and each reading you will see 3 dots. 

Click on the 3 dots for the item you'd like to get a link for

3) In the drop down menu that opens up, select 'Create a shareable link'
4) Copy the link and use it in your Learning Materials

 

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