Used for teaching a course, a resource list represents a persistent yet dynamic corpus of materials
focused on a particular topic. Today, creating, maintaining, and monitoring resource lists, providing
materials for them, and accessing their contents often require multiple, tedious workflows and prevent
the lists from realizing their potential. Resource list solutions facilitate list creation through cross-system
workflows involving the library, increase academics’ and students’ engagement, and maximize the lists’
contribution to teaching and learning.