I think that reading lists and citation managers are interesting sites of connection between environments. They are potentially 'portables', travelling portals onto resources. I was interested to see the following discussion of reading lists on the Intute blog:
They point to an example at the University of Leeds Library where an Intute search box and MyIntute lists have been integrated into their subject pages. The 'selected resources' are from MyIntute lists.
Intute is a national UK initiative, distributed across many universities, which supports effective use of web resources through a directory and other services. They have recently launched their blog.
Intute is run by a national network of academic subject, Internet and information specialists from UK universities, who will use this blog to post news, views and reviews about Intute services, but also about the use of Internet resources to support higher education and research. [Intute Blog]
Via Emma Place.