Submitting Course Reserve Material

Reading Lists: Leganto

Leganto is replacing the Reserve Request forms previously found on this page.

  • See the guide linked at the top of this page for help creating an online reading list.

Items that are placed on a Leganto Reading List for a course will be processed with preferential treatment.

  • Add any type of material to your Leganto Reading List.
    • The library will investigate access options that work best for your course. Where possible, this means purchasing an online resource with unlimited user access.
  • Items only available physically will be placed on Reserve automatically. 
    • Tag them as "Reserve" (as per the guide section on Tag Citations), and we'll move them to the Reserve Collection for the branch where the course is being taught.
      • Select 3-hour or 2-night loan.
      • If you're providing a personal copy (e.g. copy of a textbook), add this tag and bring it to the library.

More information is available for instructors on our guide, Leganto: Create Lists for Course Readings & Resources.


Placing copies of material in Blackboard by-passes the library, and could violate copyright regulations. It is your responsibility to ensure copyright compliance through Trent's Copyright Office. Using permalinks to licensed library material is generally a better option.

Accessible Formats

Trent University is committed to providing inclusive and barrier free access to information; therefore, accessible formats of materials must be available upon request.