GalterLists can be used to collect your favorite links and resources into one easily-accessible list. You can create as many lists as you want and keep your lists private or share them with others. One popular use of GalterLists is for reading assignments for departments, divisions, and journal clubs.
At the present time, only the creator of a GalterList can edit the list. If you are creating a list to be shared with a group, make sure that the person who will be updating it is the same person who owns the list. If you leave and need to turn a list over to someone else, contact us so we can make that switch for you. If for any reason you need to step in as editor of a list that someone else started, contact us. There is a way for multiple people to contribute to a collection of resources which is similar to several people editing a list. See this section of the GalterLists guide for instructions.
On the right-hand side of any page which contains GalterLists, you will see a section called Popular Tags. Click a tag to see resources assigned to that tag.
You can search titles and tags in GalterLists from the website search box on each library website page. After you perform your search, click on the Lists tab in the search results.
If we have recently added something to a Librarian-Created GalterList in your specialty, you will see a message on your signed-in home page indicating that there are new resources in your specialty. Click on the link in the message to be taken to these recent additions. At that point, you can add the resource to your GalterList if you so choose.
Yes, you can. It has always been possible to create multiple GalterLists, and now when you log in, you will see any lists that belong to you or that you have favorited in the left-hand column. Anything under My Lists can be edited by you. Anything under My Favorites belongs to another user and cannot be edited by you.
You can and here are your options:
We are investigating options to copy entire lists of resources into your list.
Most of your GalterLists questions can be answered with our comprehensive GalterList guide.