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Selecting teaching resources: a guide: Home

Ethical selection and use of teaching resources

Guide to selecting teaching resources to create a learning environment of academic integrity

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The actions and values in this image reflect the University's commitment to academic integrity, and the Library's support of the ethical (moral and legal) use of the intellectual property of others.  We can role-model academic integrity, demonstrating honesty and respect for information creators through correct acknowledgement practices. 

Contacts for this library guide

Copyright Office
Course Readings
Liaison Librarian

Helen Heawood

Kerryn Murphy Liaison team

Ph: 03 5327 9625


Ph: 03 5327 9128


Ph: 1300 552 567


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