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There are three ways to add citations one-by-one. To start, click on the Add Items button at the top of your resource list:
Search the Library's electronic and physical collections:
By default, you will search in the Library's full OneSearch interface. You can change this setting by adjusting the dropdown menu to filter to a specific resource type.
Results appear in the box below your search query.
Click on the resource you want to add. Optionally, you can select a specific section in your list where you would like to add the resource.
Click the blue "Add" button. Note: Clicking this button multiple times will create multiple entries in your list. You can also drag-and-drop the resource directly into your resource list.
Continue to add as many resources as you would like.
To view the resource, students can click the "View online" link to connect directly to the item in the Library's holdings.
If there is one entry point to the item, it will connect directly to the resource.
If there are multiple options, all relevant databases will be listed.
All links connect directly to library-subscribed resources, so students do not have to search again to get to the resource.
Cite It! is another tool for adding online resources to a reading list from outside the Library's collections. It is a toolbar widget that you install in your web browser to cite a webpage or content item within a webpage.
To install Cite IT!, drag and drop the link to your browser's toolbar:
To add an item using Cite It!, simply click on Cite it! in your browser's toolbar, and a pop-up window appears with the item's details. Note: You must have the Library Course Materials tool open in your browser for the connection to be made to your resource list(s).
Creating a citation for an uploaded file
Add your own PDF documents or other files using the Create function.