Yes! If you’re creating a Library Reading List for the first time for a course in Brightspace, you can choose the “Upload a document containing an existing reading list” option.
See Section 1e: Upload a Citation List for those steps.
Please contact us for assistance at firstname.lastname@example.org. We may be able to help so that you don't have to recreate your reading list from scratch.
This is a known bug and should be fixed in an upcoming system update. You should only see this issue when there is both print and electronic availability for a book (see example below). Please choose "None of the above" and the ebook will be added to your list.
From the main page of your reading list, click the Collaborators section on the right-hand side of the list. Click Manage collaborators. A screen will pop up where you can enter a name/email and send someone an invitation to collaborate. They must be affiliated with the Purdue - West Lafayette campus. If this does not work, please email email@example.com. There may be a bug in the system associated with the feature.
The library will take action on your list as soon as possible. Time taken will depend on the action required and the time of year. There may be processing delays in the first weeks of a new semester. eBooks and other digital material will be ordered as soon as possible, but not everything is available digitally.
Yes, you can use the "duplicate list" option in your reading list. After choosing the "duplicate list" option (see below), the duplicated list will appear and you can associate the new list with a different course. The new course will have (#) beside the title, depending on how many times you have duplicated the list. Click "manage course association" (see below) and use the search box to search for the new course. You can use the next screen to add date ranges, and number of participants,. then click "Associate & Close." Done!