Reading Lists
  • Integrated into Canvas
  • Adhere to copyright guidelines
  • Easily accessible for students 
  • Share, like and comment on all types of resources

What are Reading Lists?

Leganto Reading Lists are an interactive and collaborative way of managing course learning materials in Canvas. By implementing a course reading list you are:

  • ensuring copyright compliance of learning materials
  • linking students directly to their learning materials in an organised manner
  • collaborating with your teaching team on the Reading List
  • encouraging likes and comments on resources to foster a social learning community

Reading Lists can also provide insight into student engagement of resources.

Reading List Views

Reference: Course – Creative Writing Studio Craft with Dr. Peta Murray

Getting Started

There are four key steps to getting started with implementing a Reading List, including:

  1. Setting up a course Reading List
  2. Adding resources to the Reading List
  3. Sending to the Library and publishing resources
  4. Rolling over the Reading List

To get started, access step-by-step instructions for each key step below:


Did you know you can like and discuss in Reading Lists?

Students can like and comment on readings and resources within the Reading List, generating peer conversations around specific materials.

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Need Support?

Complete the library form below if you have any questions or would like a assistance with Reading Lists.

Linking from Canvas

Access the step-by-step guide below on how to link to your Reading List materials from a Canvas page.

Enrich your course content

A checklist of suggested Library tools and resources available for the set-up of your course.