Yes, go to 'manage collaborators' on the right hand side of your list, click 'invite collaborators' and type in the name of the person you would like to add.
If you find that they will need additional permissions at any time, please contact your Information Specialist direct, or via email@example.com .
My Collection' is your own personal Leganto library. You can use this space to save interesting resources that you would like to access later. These resources can be anything from a book, a journal article, a YouTube video, a webpage, etc. There is information about using this space here.
You can get Analytics for your reading list by clicking the Analytics icon at the top of your list.
Check that your list is set to Complete. It should state Complete at the top of the List under the List title. If it states anything else, such as "Being Prepared" or "Being Processed," you will need to change this (you may need to click More info to see it). Simply click the three buttons at the top right, select Edit and change the "Reading List Status" field to Complete. Remember to click the SAVE button.
We may need to re-request the digitisations for Copyright reasons. Please contact your Information Specialist for advice in the first instance.
Academic staff are required to review their own reading lists on an annual basis, as stated in the Collection Development and Reading List Policy, which states:-
Responsibilities of Module Leads and course instructors
The Library asks that Leganto reading lists are kept current and maintained, and updated at least once a year, preferably,
• No less than 6 weeks prior to the start of the teaching term to enable book ordering and delivery in time for the commencement of the module
Your Information Specialist cannot undertake this work for you.
Please do not use the LIBRARY REVIEW button at the top of your list as this only for use if you are requesting a book purchase directly from your reading list. It does not mean that the Library will check your list for you. If you have any questions about the procedure, contact your Information Specialist.
You may occasionally wish to add a reading list to page on the DLE that is not a course or module page. In this instance, you will not be able to use the Course Association procedure as there is no course to link to. However, you can obtain a link that can be added to any DLE page using the following procedure:-
Go to your reading list:-
On the DLE page to which you wish to add the list:-