To add, delete, re-organise or annotate items on a reading list, open a resource list, click on the Edit tab, then select Edit list (classic). This turns on the list editor mode, so you can:
It is important that you clearly indicate the importance of the resources on the reading lists. You can indicate the importance as:
This would give clear guidance to the students enrolled on the module, but it is also very important for library staff who will rely on this information to calculate resource allocation and purchase new or additional material.
You can add a new topic or a new section to the reading list by dragging the New section tool that you can see on the right of the screen.
To change the order of the topics on the reading list:
You can add notes to the reading list by dragging the New Note tool that you see on the right of the screen.
You can also add notes to individual references by selecting Edit notes and importance. Any comment you add to the Student note can be seen by all your students when you publish the reading list.
Comments you add to the Library note can only be viewed by library staff.