User Created Reading Lists
The purpose of the User Created Reading Lists is to enable professors, teachers, and other members of the public to create and annotate lists of books and other material which is available in the Online Library of Liberty and to share these lists with others. Some of these lists have been created by professors and teachers for use in their classes and courses. Others are lists of someone's favorite books. As long as there is an educational purpose to your list, we are happy to post it on the Online Library of Liberty website. To become a creator of a list is free and open to the public.
The following are the steps you need to follow in order to create your own reading lists:
- sign up for an account (you will be notified by email when your application has been approved)
- login as a list creator
- create a new Reading List
- browse the OLL website selecting material for your reading list
- edit your reading list
- submit your reading list for approval (you will be notified by email when your submission has been approved and when the Reading List has been posted to this page)
Have a look at the kind of lists others have created. Consult the detailed User Guide to Creating Reading Lists (PDF 3.4 MB) for more information on how to create and edit your first Reading List.
If you have any questions you can contact the Director of the Online Library of Liberty.