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ICC Library Reading Lists
ICC Library Reading Lists (Leganto by Ex Libris) is a new tool available Fall 2020. Instructors can build, maintain, and share resource lists that include all material types; library staff can provide resources efficiently; and students can access all course materials in one place and from any device. The ICC Library Reading List is integrated with Blackboard and the library website; in addition, you can use the browser extension Leganto Cite It! to add resources to your reading list from a number of websites.
Through the use of Reading Lists, Instructors can:
- Create lists of relevant, up-to-date materials gathered from a range of sources including the ICC Library collection, the internet (Barnes and Noble, Google Scholar, etc..) and multimedia resources (YouTube, etc..)
- Easily manage and update course resources based on your course needs
For more information, please see our ICC Library Reading List guide, with step-by-step instructions and video tutorials.
Leganto for Instructors by Ex Libris
If you have questions about ICC Library Reading Lists, please reach out to a librarian! We are happy to help you get started with this new tool and show you how it can be used in your classes!
Getting Started With ICC Library Reading List- Faculty Session Aug. 2020
Add Blackboard Assignment Link to ICC Library Reading Lists
Add Items to Reading List
ICC Library Reading List Faculty Session 2 - Sept. 9, 2020
Copy a Reading List from your Blackboard Sandbox to your Active Course
Associating a Reading List to a Course