How to provide course resources for your students

Academic staff can:

  • create dynamic lists of relevant, up-to-date materials gathered from a range of sources including the Library collection, internet and multimedia resources
  • easily manage and update course resources
  • link course resource lists via a course management system, e.g. Moodle
  • submit Library digitisation requests
  • add mandatory items to lists, either electronic or print (available in the High Use Collection - HUC)

Students can:

  • easily access lists for all of their courses in one place
  • engage with the resources, comment on readings, make recommendations
  • build a personal collection of resources

For more information see our Quick start guide or contact your Outreach Librarian.

  • Go to your Moodle course
  • Add an external tool Leganto link
  • Go to Leganto and create a New List
  • Associate list with the appropriate session course code (this step needs to be repeated for each session)
  • Add items from the Library collection to your list
  • Add other items using the Cite it! button
  • Use My Collection for building your list(s), now or in the future
  • Add Public notes to items, giving your students additional information
  • Tag items with Digitise to request digitisation of a chapter/article and add chapter/page details to
    • Public note (new items on list)
    • Library discussion (amending existing item on list)
  • Tag physical items with Add to HUC to be placed in the High Use Collection (HUC)
  • Request the purchase of new items for your course by adding them to your list
  • Add Collaborators (UNSW academic staff) to your list and manage their role(s)
  • Publish to make list available to students via Moodle
  • Send to Library to process Library materials (e.g. digitisation, new books)
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