Course Reading List Tool

Add Resources

  • You can add resources to individual sections by clicking the + button on the right

  • This will open a dialog box where you can search library resources. To add a resource not held by the library, click the "Add item manually / Upload file" link at the top of the dialog box.

  • You can choose which option to search from the drop-down list. 


  •  Enter in a search term in the text box, and click search.

    • You can also search by Title, Author, ISBN, ISSN, Call Number and DOI. 

  • Your results will appear in the dialog box below your search query.

  • Click the resource you want to add and click the blue ADD button. Note: clicking this button multiple times will add the item to your list each time. You can also drag and drop the title directly to the reading list.

  • The drop-down section allows you to add the article to the preferred section of your module.
  • You can continue to add as many resources as you would like.

Adding a Reading from the Catalog

Once you have created a Course Reading List, you can add records from the Library Catalog.

  • Search the Library Catalog to find the record you wish to add.

  • Click on the record to display the action list, then click on the Reading List action.
    • For course instructors the following dialog box opens:

  • In the dialog box, you can choose to add the record to a Course Reading List or to your personal collection (for later review).
  • Select the desired Reading List and section for this record.
  • Click Add to Reading List to submit your selection.

Cite It!

The Course Reading List system has a toolbar widget, Cite It!, that allows you to cite a web page or an item on a web page. 



     Image Cite It Bookmark

  • To install Cite It! you must drag and drop the link to your browser's toolbar.
  • To add an item to your reading list using Cite It! simply click Cite It! and a pop-up appears with the item's details. Cite it! allows you the ability can edit the details of the record to display them the way you prefer.
  • The Course Reading List Tool must be open for Cite It! to work.