You are a course instructor, with a Blackboard course enabled. You (and your students) can always access your list through your Blackboard course.
Blackboard links the library's Leganto system with you and your students. While your lists "live" in Leganto, Blackboard communicates information between the instructor, the library, and the students registered in the course.
The menu is normally on the left side of a Blackboard course. If the link isn't already there, you can add it in under a minute. See the instructions below.
Instructors can also login to Leganto through MyTRENT. This link instantly connects you to ALL your Leganto lists, with no course filter.
Either search for Leganto in the top search bar, or navigate to:
You'll find a link to Leganto, and to this guide there.
No problem. Login directly through MyTrent, and work with upcoming course lists there. Once the course is available in Blackboard, link it up using "Course Association". (See "Associate a List with a Course".)
Login using your MyTRENT username/password. From there you can access all your existing lists, or start a new one.
Clicking the "Readings & Resources" link performs some "magic" (aka coding) that brings you into the Leganto system. Your initials are in the top right corner, to show that you're logged in.
You're recognized as the instructor of the course, and you can create lists that are automatically associated with this course.
Any lists that you've already created for this course are listed. To see lists you own that belong to other courses, remove the X filter for the course.
(Not seeing this link in your Blackboard menu? See below: Add a Menu Link.)
If you're just getting started, your landing page is a welcome screen.
This page directs you to start a list by clicking on the "Create It" button. It automatically starts you on your list by:
If you've already created lists, your landing page is "My Lists", and you'll see your lists here.
You can create a new list now. The easiest way is to click the button: on this page.
If you don't already have a link to "Readings & Resources" in your Blackboard course, it only takes a moment to add it. Follow these simple instructions, or watch the brief video demonstration below.