In Readings, a 'Bookmark' is a way to save information about a resource such as the title, author and date of publication and include any links to online versions or library holdings.
These 'Bookmarks' are saved to your 'My bookmarks' section of Readings (only visible when logged in). They can also be added directly to a Readings list, or Readings list section.
To create a 'Bookmark' you must first install the Bookmark extension in your browser (instructions in the box below).
Anything that is available online (e.g. a journal article, web page or video) can be bookmarked.
Physical items that have records online (e.g. a book in the library catalogue) can also be bookmarked - later you can request digitisations of print material.
You simply go to the resource (e.g. a journal article, or entry in the library catalogue) and click on your TALIS extension button (). Then follow the prompts.
If you want to add multiple items to your bookmarks at once you can do so by creating uploading them as a RIS file (e.g. from Endnote, or as a file from OneSearch). Note, if you use this method you can not add the items directly to list.
We have included more detailed instructions for bookmarking from various sources below.
The bookmarking extension allows you to save resources to your My Bookmarks or directly to a list.
Below are the instructions for linking to Edge, Chrome and Firefox.
You can bookmark from One Search and other online sources.
Your reading list is a collection of digital bookmarks that can include links to subscription articles, documents, textbooks, eBooks, book chapters, media and websites.
You can include the recommended text in your list, marked as required, so that students can download a citation record and find a library copy.
You can also bookmark resources to add to a list in future.
Before you start, install your Bookmark button (see above)
Open two tabs in your web browser (or show windows side-by-side):
Open the library collection site in another tab (from jcu.edu.au/library).
Alternatively, open another online source page.
Select Create & Add to List to open a pop up window prompting you:
Part One: Export From Endnote
Part Two: Import to Readings
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