Managing course reading lists is now quick and easyPosted: October 2, 2015
The Reading List Service has made it easier for students to access course readings such as textbooks, eBooks, journals, book chapters, and websites.
But did you know the Reading List Service also makes it easier for you to manage your course readings?
From Semester 1, 2016, you will have access to ready-made reading lists for your courses. Your Reading Lists will be populated with required, recommended and digitised readings from the course profile system.
You will have complete control of your course reading lists to add, modify, remove, monitor and review these resources.
Want to include an article in your reading list, but can’t access an online copy? You can request for it to be digitised via the Reading List Service e.g. articles, conference papers and book chapters can be digitised as PDFs and included in your course readings.
The Service will allow you to format the reading list to suit your teaching style, as well as view student engagement on selected readings.
The Reading List Services also delivers:
- Seamless integration with the Learning@Griffith system
- Automated copyright management review of uploaded PDF documents for the University and individual academics
- Resource delivery and management aligned to our digital education environment
For further information, please visit: intranet.griffith.edu.au/teaching/course-readings