Curriculum support

The Library can help you find relevant resources, use eReadings, find open education resources, advise on eTextbooks, support program evaluation reviews and new program and course compliance statements.

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eReadings are online resources that make up a reading list for a specific course. They can include book chapters, journal articles, websites, streaming videos, and many other media. They can be natively digital or copied from a print resource.

All online readings containing copyright protected works should be registered in your reading list to ensure that the University does not breach copyright legislation. Please see our copyright page for more information.

eReadings modules are easily accessed and managed in your LearnOnline course site in the content box on the left.

The eReadings Help Guide can help you compose a course reading list with step by step instructions.

The Digital Readings Service (DRS) supports the eReadings system by:

  • Sourcing requested resources from the Library's collections and beyond
  • Digitising print resources when appropriate
  • Ensuring all readings are accessed in compliance with copyright law

For more information and support, contact Ask the Library.

eReading Help Guide

Open education resources

Open education(al) resources (OER) can be used freely by both educators and students, without any need to pay royalties or licence fees.

Learn more about open education resources and how they can support your teaching using our Open Education Resources guide.

Teaching with online resources

Find out more about online resources how they can enhance your course using our Online Teaching Resources Guide