As many of the videos are created by the company that created the Course Reserves Platform (Leganto), some the terminology used will not match up with what these products and services are named at Queen's. The legend is:
Leganto = Course Reserves
Alma = Omni (Library Search)
Note: These videos use the 2020 out-of-the-box configurations from Leganto. There may be some minor differences between the interface and fuctionality of Course Reserves at Queen's and the content in the videos.
Add your colleagues and fellow instructors as reading list collaborators, allowing them to add and annotate citations. You can also add them as owners to your list, allowing them to manage collaborators as well.
Leganto encourages social interaction regarding the course reading. Students can like items, post comments in the discussion thread, mark items as read, etc. As the reading list owner, you can moderate discussions.
Students can update their profile including importing Facebook profile details. Users can also change their accessibility settings, updating font size, contrast mode, etc. to improve visiblity.
Leganto Student Usage Reports allow you to gauge the effectiveness of your reading lists. Reports give you a complete analysis of student activities, such as viewing the full text of citations, liking, commenting, and marking as read. Reports are presented as an overview, or a weekly breakdown . You can view a report across all lists, or drill down to view the a report on the levels of sections, citations, and citations types. Reports can be exported to an Excel spreadsheet.
View and annotate the details of your reading list citations. You can place requests (such as digitization) to library staff regarding an item, write public notes for students, add a due date for reading the item, etc.
Please note: much of the instructor experience can be configured by the library. The screens and options you see in your local environment may be different from those seen in the videos due to local choices.