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e-Learning Support : Connecting Library Resources to Learning Management System

University Library (November 29, 2013)


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LENGTH : 13 min.
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SUMMARY : The PolyU Library has developed a Primo-Blackboard Connector to facilitate easy export of searched items from the Library's OneSearch discovery platform to Blackboard. The search items can be printed books, e-books, audiovisual materials, journal articles and more. Users can view their OneSearch records as well as full text, if available, through the hyperlinks. The Connector mechanism is also applied to the Library's Course Reading website, allowing faculties to export all or selected titles from particular course reading lists to Blackboard. In this presentation, we will highlight the implementations, the lessons learned and the further development of the Connector.  [Go to the full record in the library's catalogue]

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