ASU Library Reading Lists makes it easy and engaging to create, access, and manage course reading lists. Instructors can build, maintain, and share resource lists that include all material types, librarians can provide resources more efficiently and scale up to support more courses, and students can access all course materials in one place and from any device.
1. Development Shells: Some development shells do not automatically connect to ASU Library Reading List. It is a quick fix... just link to ASU Library E-reserves
2. Instructional Designer Administrative Accounts: ID's, Please assign yourself the "instructor" role to use ASU Library Reading Lists. Your administrative accounts create an error in Reading Lists.
1. 1. Open your Blackboard Course shell. Instructional Designers... be sure you are in the course as an INSTRUCTOR, not an administrator.
Click on Courses in the left hand Menu and follow the instructions below.
2. Enable ASU Library Reading Lists
3. SAVE to Finalize Enabling ASU Library Reading Lists
1. Open your Blackboard Course shell. Instructional Designers... be sure you are in the course as an INSTRUCTOR, not an administrator.
You should see a button in the top left corner to open a menu of options. Click the button to open the menu and select Tool Link.
2. Choose "ASU Library Reading Lists" which should appear near the top of the menu.
**Make sure to check the box for “Available to User” so your students can see this tool.
1. Click on the "My lists" tab on the left hand side of the page, from here Instructors can select the "New List" button to create a list from scratch.
2. A window will pop up at the top of the screen with options to fill out the Title and a Description of the course. Once completed hit the "Create" button.
3. From this screen, select the "Blank" template option to create your blank reading list.
4. The course draft will appear with an option asking the Instructor to associate with a course, that option will allow Instructors to enter the course title or code. Instructors can skip this step by selecting the "Not Now" option.
5. Now that the Reading List has been set up, ASU Library Reading Lists will prompt the Instructor to start adding sections.
The webinar presented by ExLibris on using ASU Library Reading Lists is below. You will discover the core functions of the product and see some specific examples of how to add resources from ASU Library and other sites.
This library guide was adapted from the University of Sunshine Coast, Leganto: Creating Reading Lists. https://libguides.usc.edu.au/leganto