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Cite It! Bookmark
You must be logged in with your Dartmouth credentials to a Dartmouth page to use Cite It! You will be prompted to log in if you are not.
If after clicking the Cite It! bookmark icon no popup window appears, re-install Cite It!
Remove the bookmark and reinstall Cite It! from within the Library Reserve page.
A Cite It! popup is pictured below.
Who do I contact for help with Library Course Reserves?
At the top of every Library Reserves/Guides page at the right is Library Discussion. Please submit any questions for library staff about your course here. Each item has a Library Discussion option at the right as well for questions or comments regarding that specific citation.
Is there a direct link to Leganto without going through Canvas or if I do not have an active course in Canvas?
Do I have to select every result that matches the title I want to place on reserve?
What if I want only a certain edition to be placed on reserve?
Do I have to use the Cite It! bookmark?
How do I put a Personal/department book on reserve?
How do I request multiple chapters scanned from the same book?
How do I know when my list has been completed?
May I add something to my list after the deadline has passed? How far into the term may I add things?
I’m teaching a class next term that someone else taught last term. Can I reuse (and update) their reading list?
The book order hasn’t arrived in time, can you scan selected readings “in good faith”?
The e-book license doesn’t cover everyone.
Your options for using eBooks will depend on the platform the ebook is available in. Some platforms will allow you to download or print specific chapters or sections, while some will let you download the whole book. Most will let you search within the eBook itself.
eBook publishers can apply different levels of access and usage restrictions which may affect the way you use them. Some of these restrictions include:
What do I do about resources which can't be located in Dartmouth Library Search?
Can I hide items on my list from the students?