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Library Help

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Leganto FAQ

Yes! You can create a reading list directly in Leganto without associating it to a course. Once your Canvas course is available you can then associate your reading list to it.

Yes! Simply create additional reading lists from the My List page in Leganto. Then follow the instructions for associating the reading list with your course.

1. Make sure your reading list is published!

2. Make sure that your reading list is associated with the correct course (the course codes in Leganto and Canvas need to match exactly for the reading list to be accessible in that course).

NOTE: Students can only see reading lists for courses they are enrolled in.

Leganto has it's own student view feature.

1. Open the reading list and click on the 3 Ellipsis button.

2. In the dropdown menu there is an option to View List as Student button.

student view

NOTE: Canvas' student view feature does not work with Leganto. You must use Leganto's student view feature instead.

You need to be logged into Leganto in another browser tab for Cite It! to work seamlessly.
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