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Leganto reading list

Lecturer guide

Create public or private notes

Leganto allows you to create notes about citations, which can be public or private. Public notes can be seen by anyone with access to the reading list, while private ones are only visible to editors of the page.

Public notes are a great way to communicate messages to your students regarding the resource. They appear in the citation area of the resource so are easily visible for students.

Private notes can be used for thoughts about a reading or as a reminder to yourself or a reading list collaborator.

To create a note for a reading, click on the title or resource icon to open the item screen.

The item screen links to the full text (where available). It also shows information about the resource including a field where lecturers can add public and private notes.

What you write as a public note, will show on the main reading list screen for students to see.