Readings are now managed by teaching staff in the Reading List module within Blackboard.
Academics can add and remove readings as required.
Readings can include links to e-books, books held by the library, journal articles, excerpts from books, conference papers, links to websites and other sources.
You can make a reading:
Optional readings are included because they may assist students.
Required readings should be read by all students enrolled in the course.
Core readings are mandatory texts and will be listed in the Handbook.
Core items are submitted for approval to your School's Associate Dean by Library staff before being made available to students.
Core readings held as physical items in the Library will be added to the High Use Collection.
Items in the High Use Collection can be borrowed by students for a period of three hours.
If you would like a physical item that is not a Core reading to be added to the High Use Collection, please indicate this in the Notes for Library field, including the relevant campus.
Library staff will inform you of the result of your request.
Electronic readings can be added to the Reading List in the form of a PDF or a link and are available to your students 24 hours a day in any location, through the Reading List in Blackboard.
If the item is available in one of the Library subscription databases (e.g. ProQuest) you can add the full citation details for the item and add the permanent link to the reading.
If the library does not have a subscription to the journal article, conference paper or book chapter you wish to include as an electronic reading you will need to provide a PDF when you enter the reading on the Reading List.
To ensure Copyright considerations are met Library staff will check all PDFs added to the Reading List before being made available to students.
Under the Copyright Act and the University’s Agreement with Copyright Agency Limited, various restrictions are imposed on the portion of a work that can be copied.
These limits are:
Note: for material that exceeds the limit set by the Copyright Act, you may be able to obtain permission for this in writing from the copyright owner.
Further information on using the Reading List is available at the Academic Staff – Reading List Library Guide
Your Campus Library staff can help you with any queries
For assistance with your Reading List contact email@example.com
For more information about copyright, see the Copyright –Online High-Use Policy
For more information about Referencing see the online Referencing Guide.
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