We recommend naming your reading list consistently with the name of the subject according to Charles Sturt's Subject Handbook. This will mean that the list is clearly titled and consistent for the students.
If the descriptions of paired subjects differ, use the naming convention above to determine a reasonable alternative list title.
Does your subject have a prescribed, recommended or highly recommended textbook? If a prescribed text section does not already exist at the top of your reading list, create a 'New Section' for the subject textbooks at the top of the reading list so that students can easily locate them. Use Primo Search to locate each resource and add it to the section. See, Use Primo Search.
Our eBook collection provides free access to textbooks for your students. By adding the e-textbook to your Readings and Resources list, students can refer to it throughout session and you can gather some data about the students' usage of the resource.
To ensure students know how to get the most out of their e-textbook for their studies, add the following text as a public note to eBook or eBook chapters throughout a list.
This eBook may have limited concurrent user access. See our eBook Etiquette video for more information: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7EyCOgn3tGY
While the details of each reading can be customised in Leganto to better reflect academic referencing standards, the citations in Leganto will not necessarily adhere to APA format or style.
Add all teaching and support staff as managing collaborators of the reading list. This might include academic staff teaching other cohorts, or teaching/learning support staff. Managing collaborators will be able to add, edit and delete resources as required; and will aid the process of reusing the reading list in future sessions. See, Add collaborators & Reuse an existing list.