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Using Reading Lists

An introduction to the Reading Lists tool.

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Windows Mac OS X

Operating System

Vista (or higher) OS X 10.6.8 (or higher)

Version

Logos 5.0+

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Using Reading Lists

Reading Lists are publically searchable lists of resources based on a specific topic or theme, created and maintained by other Logos users. They can be very useful whether you're looking for resources in your own library, looking for new resources to purchase, or just curious what resources other Logos users are using to research common topics. To view these lists, choose "Reading Lists" from the Tools menu.
By default, the most recently added lists will appear. You can click on "more >>" to expand the list and view more results, or search for a specific topic by entering it in the "Find" field.

Creating Reading Lists

You can create your own Reading Lists to share with other Logos Users by creating a special wiki page. Click on the "Create a reading list" link at the top of the panel, or click here for more information and instructions.
If you notice a list seems incomplete or inaccurate, it is also possible to edit an existing list by pressing the "Edit" link at the top of the list in Logos.

Last Updated: 4/30/2013