Course Readings : managing your Library content in Moodle
Collate your readings for students into one list within Course Readings, place links to the readings through your course, and reuse for each new Moodle Course. The reading list can include links to all types of material (ie web pages, online resources), but you must use Course Readings for any material which has been digitised and is not your own copyright. (ie book chapters, articles, and any item the Library has digitised for you).
The tool sits in your course in one place, and you add the reading links throughout your content wherever you see the editing toolbar. This way your students can get a list of all the readings, and also a specific reading at the point of need.
Other features include arranging readings into folder ie weeks/topics, view usage statistics, and easily change citations styles.
1. Enable the tool in your Moodle course
2. Create your list by adding content yourself (it is pretty easy) or bring over a list used previously - or email us your list
3. Organise links to your readings throughout your course. Learning Designers can assist.
Set your list up once, then reuse it for new Moodle shells.
Yes if you wish to make digitised content available to your students via Moodle. The University prohibits staff from uploading PDFs of any content which they are not the author or (3rd Party content), as we must report and manage this content in accordance with the Copyright Act (Cth) and the terms of our licence agreements.