Jump in, the water’s fine – Find out what polar bears and teaching material have in common!

Yes it’s that time of year again when all of you with upcoming teaching commitments are thinking about whether your resources are ‘good to go’. Remember that Readings Online is an easy, fast way to make subject readings available.  Any subject readings that you provide to your students must be copyright compliant and Readings Online will mange the copyright requirements for you.

There are two ways of setting up your readings in Readings Online. You can email Readings Online (readings-online@unimelb.edu.au) a copy of your reading list and we will set your readings up for you. Or you can also upload your own readings to Readings Online using the self service option.  Information guides are available via the Readings Online website if you want to find more about self service.   We are also running information session throughout February so that you can learn more about Readings Online.  For more information, visit our Events webpage.

If you’re interested in finding out more about how Readings Online works, you can visit our demonstration LMS subject on polar bears.  You can see how Readings Online integrates with the LMS to provide students with a well presented reading list. To access this LMS subject, you will need to self-enrol in the subject by:

  1. Log into your LMS account here first,  then
  2. Click our self enrol link here and select ‘Submit’.

That should help you get started, but remember, we’re only an email or a phone call away! So if you need help, if you’re unsure, contact us now! We’re here to help you!  Happy Compliant Teaching!

Image: Polar Bears by Skeeze Via Pixabay.com