As part of our continuing efforts to promote Readings Online, we’re going to be holding an information session on the 28th Septermber about how this service can help academic staff ensure that their teaching material is copyright compliant. This session will be held at the Percy Baxter eLearning Studio, Level 1 Baillieu Library from 11am-12pm. It is open to all staff and will be of interest to lecturers, teaching staff and anyone involved in the preparation of teaching material.
This session will give you an opportunity to explore a demonstration subject where Readings Online is fully implemented, but also firsthand experience of features of the platform by giving you a chance to building your own reading list. The skills and knowledge you will gain from this session will be of use to you should you want to manage your own reading list through Readings Online.
Spaces are limited so we strongly recommend expressing your interest in attending by registering via email..
If you’re eager to view the Demonstration Subject ahead of time, the instructions on how to do so can be found at the following URL: http://library.unimelb.edu.au/readings-online/readings-online-demonstration
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