It is possible to link directly to onesearch for printed books, e-books, journal articles that we have in the library. Linking reading list items directly from Blackboard to onesearch has many benefits.
Benefits for academics
Benefits for students
Peter Berger, Questions of Faith, Wiley-Blackwell (2003)
William E. Connolly, Capitalism and Christianity, American Style, Duke University Press (2008)
Jürgen Habermas, Truth and Justification, MIT Press (2005)
Martha Nussbaum, Liberty of Conscience, Basic Books (2008)
M. Lamont and V. Molnar, ‘The study of boundaries in the social sciences’, Annual Review of Sociology, 28, 2002, 167-95.
Tariq Ramadan, Islam, the West and the Challenges of Modernity, The Islamic Foundation (2009)
1. Select the content area where you would like to place your reading list e.g. (module information)
2. Select 'build content' - 'Item' Create your reading list or Copy & Paste it from microsoft word
(or link the reading list items from the word document by highlighting the item, right click and select hyperlink)
4. To begin linking your reading list to OneSearch, Click on the arrow and select 'Edit'
5. For a printed book copy the Permalink for the book from Onesearch. See the articles and e-books tab for linking other items.
7. Highlight the title of the book and click on the hyperlink button
8. Paste the Permalink in the 'link Path' box and Select 'Insert'.
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