The aim of the project is to implement an effective and efficient online solution to reading lists. A collaborative project between the Library and Academic staff which ultimately aims to improve internal workflows and enhance the student experience.
2. What are the benefits?
If an online list has been created for your module, you will find a link to it in Blackboard. Navigate to your module and the link will be in the left hand menu.
Simply open your list and follow the links to the items on the list.
Anything your tutor thinks is relevant to the completion of the module; this could be books, journal articles, websites etc.
This is a new project so it will take time to embed. Either contact the module leader, or the Academic Librarian for your School.
If you find anything that doesn't work the way you’d expected it to, please let us know. This will help us to improve this service for everyone. Please contact the Academic Librarian for your School.
Ultimately, academic staff should create/edit their online readings list(s) and send them to the Academic Librarian for their School within these designated deadlines:
• Term 1 reading lists: by mid-June
• Term 2 reading lists: by mid-November
• Term 3 reading lists: by mid-March
If we have already created a list for you, simply follow the link to 'Reading List' in the left hand menu of your module space in Blackboard. We will have set you up with the relevant permissions to edit your list.
Take a look at our short Leganto Guide to get started, or contact your Academic Librarian for assistance.
If there is no link to Reading List in Blackboard, contact your Librarian on how to proceed.
Now that you’ve created/edited your list:
• Send to Library
• Publish. This will automatically make your list available online. Administrative tasks are required to process your list, but we endeavour to complete these as soon as possible.
You don't need to do anything. If however the reading list link does not work, contact your Academic Librarian.
If you need help using any aspect of online reading lists, or if you have any queries, please contact the Academic Librarian for your School.
Please forward any questions or feedback to your Academic Librarian.
Thank you for taking the time to help us with this project.
5. Contact details
|Dundee Business School||Carolyn Mustard, email@example.com|
|School of Arts, Media and Computer Games||Sinead McGhee, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|School of Science, Engineering and Technology||Susan Smith, email@example.com|
|School of Social and Health Sciences||Noelle McDougall, firstname.lastname@example.org|