SIPX is a tool that works in concert with library holdings and Blackboard to make course content selection easier for faculty and cost-saving for students. Library materials can be assigned at no cost to students; open access, open educational resources, as well as public domain materials, are also available as free course reading materials via SIPX. Finally, the tool also enables faculty to require individual articles and book sections (chapters or page ranges) that the student must pay for. SIPX, in partnership with publishers, charges per page, so students will only need to pay for the specific required reading.
For more information on using SIPX at Lesley, see http://research.lesley.edu/sipx
Access SIPX in myLesley
Go to your Course’s Control Panel, select Course Tools and select SIPX Readings.
This will bring you to the SIPX area. Click Enter SIPX to enter the system.
You will be brought into SIPX where you can build your reading list. For more information on using SIPX, see Preparing to Use SIPX orhttp://research.lesley.edu/sipx.