Digital reading lists
Digital reading lists connect students directly to their subject resources (whether it is an e-book, article, website, etc.). The course managers have the flexibility to organize the list the way they want, in a more dynamic and accessible way.
The digital reading list system (Leganto) will replace the many manual processes in the preparation and distribution of reading lists, which are required today. This will simplify the work for the course managers. For example; the course manager does not have to focus on the styles and individual elements in the references (like APA, Chicago etc). This is because Leganto is linked to the library's search base Oria, linking the references directly to the library's inventory.
Leganto is a tool for creating, editing and publishing reading lists. The references will automatically show what is digitally and physically available at NTNU's libraries.
You can find the user manual for registering digital reading lists in Blackboard here.
A digital reading list does not replace a compendium. If you need a compendium, follow these guidelines.
Norsk versjon: Digitale pensumlister
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