Leganto keeps you notified of changes and updates to your list - changes made by the library, collaborators, or students. Once you've sent your list to the library, it's important to check for any communication regarding issues.
In the top right corner of your list (beside your initials), you'll see a bell icon. A number on it indicates you have new notifications. Click the bell to see all notifications.
You can select to view notifications for All lists or specific lists.
You can filter to specific types of notifications.
Leganto is also set to send you an email to alert you when you have a new notification. A maximum of one email per day is sent, and only on days where a new notification exists. This email reminds you to check your Notifications in Leganto for details and links.
When you click on the Notifications icon, a list of recent notifications is presented, starting with the most recent.
List names and citations are linked, so you can click on them to see them in context.
These might affect an entire list.
They might affect only one citation on a list.
It's important to check Library Discussion notifications as soon as possible, since we could be awaiting a response from you that's delaying the processing of your list.
Other library notifications are informing you of routine activities and don't require immediate attention.
In this screenshot, the instructor is being advised that a "list due to the library" date was added. This is a reminder that the library needs time to process lists, and if you want your list ready by start of classes, you should submit it by the date added.
If a student adds a comment or a suggestion to a list, you'll get a notification.
In this screenshot, a comment was made by a student on a citation. It provides:
Because Leganto is a collaborative platform, instructors can work together to create lists and communicate between themselves. "Collaborators" are those who have been given the ability to make changes to a list. They can include other instructors, TAs, student workers, or anyone helping you with your list.
In this screenshot, a new collaborator was added to the list. It provides: