1. Open Settings
In Course Navigation, click the Settings link.
2. Open Navigation
3. Enable Course Readings
4. Save Navigation
After Saving the Navigation, Course Readings will appear under Navigation
When creating a list for the first time for a course, a new reading list box will automatically pop up. Add a title and description.
To create a Course Readings list from the My Lists screen, click New List and add a Title to your Course Readings list. The title could be the same as your course, but doesn’t have to be, and the Description field is optional. Click Create to move to the next step:
Next, select a template, or choose Blank to create your own list structure:
Associate your course at this point of the workflow. To do so, choose Associate List and search by Course Title, Instructor Name, or SIS ID. The search will auto-suggest possible matches:
You can change the dates of your course.
If your Course has not been added to the system yet, there is no harm in creating a Course Readings list and associating it with the Course once everything is setup. In this case, choose “Not Now” and you can associate it later via the menu under the ellipsis button in your Course Readings list:
Lists - Your Course Readings lists
Collection - Listing of all citations used in your Course Readings lists
Find Lists - Search for other Course Readings lists at Mines
In Canvas, on your course page, click on "Course Readings" and click on the "Create it" button in the middle of the page.
Course Readings is an application/plug-in for Canvas that is a reading list management tool. It enables instructors to easily collect citations, create and manage reading lists, automate workflow with the Library, and create a holistic user experience for students.
If you selected a template when creating the Course Readings list, your list will already have Sections, which are used to structure the Course Readings list. To add a new Section, just click the “New Section” button:
It is possible to make a list available for specific dates.