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Using Your Readings and Resources List

Leganto Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Can I still access my readings in Primo Search?

A. You may be used to looking in Primo for your subject readings, by searching with your subject code. The eReserve & Reserve option will still be available in Primo (see video below), but your Leganto reading list is a better place to access these readings for several reasons:

  • Your Leganto reading list is organised in Modules or Weeks, making it easy to keep on track with readings.
  • Your Leganto reading list contains all your readings in the one handy place.

Q. Can I use Leganto on a mobile device?

A. Yes. Leganto offers the same modern look, feel and user-friendly experience on all devices - computers, mobile devices, smart phones and tablets.

Q. I am having some issues using Internet Explorer, which browser should i use?

A. Leganto works best in Firefox and Chrome. Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge and Safari browsers are incompatible with Leganto software at this stage. Accessing a reading list from Interact in Microsoft Edge will return the error message "Response code: 400 failed OAuth check". Please use another browser in this case.

Q. How do i report a broken Library link?

A. When you access the full record of an item (by clicking on the title of the reading), you will see a Report broken link to the Library link - use this to let the library know about links that don't work. If you need further assistance, please contact us at the Library.

Q. When I click on an journal article or eBook record in my Leganto reading list, why do I see multiple links to the resource?

A. Sometimes a journal article may be held in several Library databases, and all the available sources are linked to in Leganto. It doesn't matter which one you use, you will be taken through to the correct article. For eBook chapters, there may be two links listed; one is for the eBook as a whole, and one is for the specific chapter.

Q. I still have questions about Leganto. Who can I contact to ask?

A. The Library is always here to help you through any issues. Simply contact us and we'ill be happy to help you.

Finding your ereserve readings in primo search

The subject code radio button in the Primo Search widget allows you to look for eReserve and print items that are on reserve for your subject.