Add items such as books, articles, chapters, films, web sites, documents, etc. to your list. Any items not already owned by the library, we will try to purchase. There are several ways to add items to your list.
You can add items directly from the Library Catalog and Library Search. From your search results, open the item by clicking on the Title. At the bottom of the screen you will see a box named Course Resources. Click and login. Click Course Resources again, and you can either add the item to a List or to your Collection.
Use the Cite It! bookmark to add links to websites, videos and other digital content you find on the internet. For example, you can add items found on Amazon or another website that you want the library to purchase, or add links to content such as YouTube that you want your students to watch.
To install Cite It! in your browser
An example using Cite It! to add a book found on Amazon:
From your List, click ADD ITEM or the + Then choose an option:
Library Search - search for a known item in the library. Adding items from the Library Catalog is recommended over this option.
Create Your Own - create an item from scratch.
Upload a File - drag files to upload them.
Collection - add previously saved items from your collection.
Tags will help you convey information about items
Tags with a mortar board inform student whether a item is Required, Optional, and/or Recommended
Tags with a modern building are visible only to you, the instructor, and librarians. Students can't see these tags. The library staff use Purchase in progress to let you know that an item is being purchased.
Use Library Discussion located on right side panel to ask a librarian questions about your list.
Alternatively, each item in a list has a link to Ask the library about this item on the right side panel.
Both links can be used to communicate with library staff. Here are some questions you might send about your list or the items on the list: