Creating Course Resource Lists
through Quick Search
Top 5 Ways to Use Lists
• Link from syllabi and Blackboard
• For particular assignments, courses, students
• Have students...
Why Use Lists?
• Provide students with direct access to online
resources from library databases
• Provide students with di...
Getting Started…
Start at Library Home Page:
http://library.uis.edu
Click on “My Lists”
Create Free Account
Login and Search
Search by Keyword(s), Author, or Title
to find articles, books, or films
Basic
Limit Search Results
Books
Media
Articles
Select Items and Save to List
Save
Add Single Item to List
Create List
SAMPLE LIST: http://bit.ly/l0vB4P
View/Edit List(s)
Login to “My Lists” from Library Homepage
Add Description, Notes and Share
Notes
Description
Share
Check UIS Access: Books
If UIS does not own an article or book, you can add a NOTE next to the item in your list indicatin...
Check UIS Access: Articles
Click on “View Now”
NOTE: The library may have
a copy in the print collection
Title of ArticleO...
Questions?
Contact your library liaison.
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Creating Resource Lists in WorldCat Local

  1. 1. Creating Course Resource Lists through Quick Search
  2. 2. Top 5 Ways to Use Lists • Link from syllabi and Blackboard • For particular assignments, courses, students • Have students create and share lists with you of possible sources they could use for research papers/projects • For collaborating with colleagues on research for a course or other professional project • To bookmark resources for future use
  3. 3. Why Use Lists? • Provide students with direct access to online resources from library databases • Provide students with direct access to placing I-Share and ILL requests • Easy to manage content (delete, edit) without updating syllabi • Easy to share with students and colleagues
  4. 4. Getting Started… Start at Library Home Page: http://library.uis.edu Click on “My Lists”
  5. 5. Create Free Account
  6. 6. Login and Search Search by Keyword(s), Author, or Title to find articles, books, or films Basic
  7. 7. Limit Search Results Books Media Articles
  8. 8. Select Items and Save to List Save
  9. 9. Add Single Item to List
  10. 10. Create List SAMPLE LIST: http://bit.ly/l0vB4P
  11. 11. View/Edit List(s) Login to “My Lists” from Library Homepage
  12. 12. Add Description, Notes and Share Notes Description Share
  13. 13. Check UIS Access: Books If UIS does not own an article or book, you can add a NOTE next to the item in your list indicating if it can be found on reserve, or requested through I-Share or ILL (Ex. http://bit.ly/l0vB4P) • Students can search by zip code to see if a local academic or public library owns a copy • Students can request a copy through I-Share if the UIS copy is checked out, or if they live closer to another I-Share library • Online students can request a copy through Interlibrary Loan (ILL) UIS owns this book Request through I-Share Request through ILL
  14. 14. Check UIS Access: Articles Click on “View Now” NOTE: The library may have a copy in the print collection Title of ArticleOR Articles may be accessible from multiple databases
  15. 15. Questions? Contact your library liaison.

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