Answered By: Mariette Largess
Last Updated: Sep 02, 2023     Views: 1753

Finding readings in undergraduate and some graduate classrooms

Click on the Content link from the menu bar toward the top of your classroom:

Content Link

You can then use the links on the left-hand side of the page to find assigned readings. Depending on how your class was set up, readings may be available from your Weekly/Unit content under Learning Resources.

Learning Resources

Or you may find required readings under the Course Overview menu on the left-hand side of the page and then under Course Resources and/or eReserves sub-menu links.

If your class has readings in eReserves, when you click on the eReserves link, you'll be taken to a page that lists all eReserves items for your class. 


For further help in navigating your classes, see Learning Experience Online or contact your instructor for further assistance.

Finding readings in other graduate classes

Assigned readings for some graduate classes are integrated into the course content for your class, and all course content is available from the Projects link that is available from the menu bar toward the top of your classroom:

Projects link

To access readings, click on the link for a project and then use the menu options on the left-hand side of the resulting page to access the course content for your class, including links to required readings. Links for required readings and other required activities will be in blue font with the following icon next to them: Link to reading. The readings/activities will open in a new window or tab when you click on the blue link.

Still can't find your assigned readings?

If you're still unable to find your assigned readings after looking in the areas of your classroom discussed on this page, please contact your instructor.

Broken classroom link?

If a link to an assigned reading in your LEO classroom is broken (not working, or giving you an error message), please contact your instructor.

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